Yesterday, in an announcement, Scott Morrison revealed a ‘JobMaker’ plan to strengthen and grow the economy post-lockdown by focussing on equipping Australians with in-demand skills, assisting key industries such as manufacturing, working on a new tax system and more. He said that the emergency stimulus measures had kept the economy going but that it was Read More…
7 key habits of super networkers
Tue 6 November 2012 - 7:00 amNews
Networking requires focus and follow-up to develop and nurture valuable business relationships.
The ability to network successfully can be one of the greatest assets in business. It allows some people to find incredible opportunities, while others just watch from the sidelines.
Effective networking isn’t a result of luck – it requires hard work and persistence. What does it take to be a super networker? Here are seven of the most important habits to develop:
1. Ask insightful questions.
Before attending networking events, get the names of the people who are expected to attend and search social media sites like LinkedIn to figure out which topics they’re probably most interested in. For people who are already in your network, don’t assume you know everything they’re up to. Find out what they’re currently working on – or perhaps struggling with. This attention to detail can go a long way at your next one-on-one lunch or dinner meeting.
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