Weekly Smart Networking Wisdom of Liz Lynch
Contributing Expert and Career Success! Partner
Maintain Networking Momentum
It's understandable then that as soon as you do land a job, you'd want to stop networking. The desire to dive into your new cubicle or office and bury yourself in your work can be very strong. And it's easy to use the excuse of being too busy learning your new job to get out there and network.
Liz Lynch is author of Smart Networking: Attract a Following In Person and Online (McGraw-Hill, 2009) and a sought-after speaker who brings a practical and insightful perspective to networking that has connected with a global audience. Liz is also founder of the Center for Networking Excellence, a company that develops products, programs and seminars to help entrepreneurs and professionals get clients, build their businesses, and accelerate their careers through networking.
Liz brings up a key point to remind job-seekers that "finding a job" does NOT end the networking process; your networking pump is now primed! Keep the open lines of communication flowing. Look for ways to communicate with your network on an ongoing basis; consider social media applications that facilitate such communication. Thanks Liz!
Career Success! Partner Liz Lynch is a regular contributing expert on our blog site. Visit us every Friday for Liz's insights, ideas and wisdom on the subject of Smart Networking
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