"The Connect Effect: Building Strong Personal, Professional, and Virtual Networks"
Learn how to take a conscious, systematic approach to networking.
Networking is not mere socializing—it is a vital personal and professional development skill. An effective network can make you more knowledgeable, help you address critical issues, accelerate your career, and even improve your health and well-being. As a recent article in MIT’s Sloan Management Review reports, “What really distinguishes high performers from the rest of the pack is their ability to maintain and leverage their networks.” Networking is simply too important to be left to chance.
Offers a systematic approach to developing your networking skills—including an “NQ test” to help you quantify your networking ability
Features tools and techniques specific to each type of network, as well as advice from leading executives, researchers, and thought leaders
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