Networking your way to success
In a piece first published in PSMG magazine in January/February 2014, Totum takes a look at how networking events can provide a good route to a new role.
If you say the words ‘networking event’ out loud in the office, chances are you will get a chorus of groans and an avoidance of eye contact. But are these types of events something we should spend more time investing in and preparing for?
The term networking is actually quite a generic description of some very different events. For most people, the image of networking that immediately springs to mind is the classic evening drinks affair, which can actually be the most daunting. However, not all networking opportunities feel so forced…
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