National business employment weekly networking / Douglas B. Richardson.
Contributor(s): Wall Street Journal (Firm).Material type: TextSeries: The National business employment weekly premier guides series. Publisher: New York : India : Wiley, c1994Description: xv, 200 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0471310263 (cloth : alk. paper); 0471310271 (pbk. : alk. paper); 9780471310266.Other title: Networking.Subject(s): Job hunting | Career changes | Social networksDDC classification: 650.14 Online resources: Publisher description | Table of Contents | Worldcat details
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At head of title: The Wall Street Journal.
What networking is ... and what it's not --
Defining and redefining the product --
Who should I see and why will they see me? --
Into the fray: Asking for meetings --
What goes on in a networking meeting --
Where good vibes come from --
Scenarios and situations: Voices from the front --
Looping back and following up --
Planning, logistics and keeping track --
Alternative approaches and techniques --
What the future holds --
Index. Table of contents
Surveys show that the majority of all jobs are filled through informal social contact - in other words, networking. This one-of-a-kind guide shows you how to network your way into the job of your dreams. Written by an award-winning columnist at today's leading career resource, the National Business Employment Weekly, it offers a step-by-step approach to developing and honing your networking skills. From identifying possible contacts to scheduling appointments and conducting effective meetings, it arms you with proven strategies and techniques for waging a successful networking campaign.