5 Amazing Tips for Networking in Non-Sleazy Way

Networking is a word which is on the lips of just about anyone in every industry. And it’s not surprising, because networking can be extremely beneficial to your career, as well as your personal life, Who you know is just as important as what you know in this day and age. Having the opportunity to … Continue reading “5 Amazing Tips for Networking in Non-Sleazy Way”

#37- Motivated Networking with Brian Howard

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 32:27 — 30.1MB)Subscribe to The CareerMetis Podcast iTunes | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSSBrian Howard, Author of The Motivated Job Search and The Motivated Networker is a returning guest to the Career Metis Podcast. Brian has coached and spoken at … Continue reading “#37- Motivated Networking with Brian Howard”

The #1 Reason to Network When You Need It The Least

When it comes to networking or deliberately expanding the number of people you have relationships with, most people are seriously lazy. It’s so easy to go home after a long day at work and forget such things. We often rationalize that we don’t need to network during those stretches of time when the job is … Continue reading “The #1 Reason to Network When You Need It The Least”

Episode 014 – Expert Series : Shinjini Das – How to Become a Millennial Networking Superstar

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 38:09 — 23.9MB)Subscribe to The CareerMetis Podcast iTunes | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSSFor This Episode of The Expert Series – we will be hearing from Shinjini Das. The Topic of today’s discussion is How to become a Millennial Networking … Continue reading “Episode 014 – Expert Series : Shinjini Das – How to Become a Millennial Networking Superstar”

A Guide to Business Dinner Etiquette Around the World

Being invited to a business dinner is enough to fill even the most experienced business people with dread; trying to impress potential business partners in an unfamiliar, busy environment can be quite the challenge. But being invited to a business dinner in another country is not only a challenge, but worst case scenario is an … Continue reading “A Guide to Business Dinner Etiquette Around the World”

Weird And Wacky Ways To Network

Anyone that is trying to make it happen in this world (improve their career or their venture) will try to leverage the power of networking. As the saying goes, it is not what you know, but who you know.Although it is sad to admit, the saying is true. However, the art form of networking isn’t … Continue reading “Weird And Wacky Ways To Network”

Monthly Roundup | March 2016 | Networking

Here are the Top 3 of the Most liked,shared and commented posts on the topic of Networking, for the month of March 2016. a) Wear Orange Shoes: The Simple Key to Networking That Nobody Talks About How do you stand out in a room of 100s of other professionals just like you. I bet many/all … Continue reading “Monthly Roundup | March 2016 | Networking”

Want to Network Better? Stop Networking

I honestly believe relationships and the whole idea of “networking” is basically everything; I’ve written about it before as a result, here and here. Here’s why it’s become everything, IMHO: the job market is supposedly “back,” but it’s not really — 23 percent of people (1 in 4!) look for a new job every single … Continue reading “Want to Network Better? Stop Networking”

The Hidden Job Market: Get More Job Interviews, With Less Effort

How is it that some people seem to waltz into new, exciting jobs, with seemingly no effort, while you slog away, sending your resume to one opening after another, only never to hear back? What are those lucky jobseekers doing differently? Let me fill you in on a secret. Sending your resume to publicly-posted job … Continue reading “The Hidden Job Market: Get More Job Interviews, With Less Effort”

Weekly Roundup | Jan 11 to Jan 15 2016 | Networking

Here are the Top 3 of the Most liked, shared and commented posts on the topic of Networking, for the week of January 11th to January 15th,2016. i). Former Colleagues are More Valuable than you Think David Burkus talks about importance of being connected with your colleagues from your previous workplaces. Keeping in touch with … Continue reading “Weekly Roundup | Jan 11 to Jan 15 2016 | Networking”