Networking. It’s often seen as awkward. But it doesn’t have to be. Here, we share tips on how to effectively manage your conversation.
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Studies show that talking about work with co-workers when you’re outside of work creates stress. Here is a fun game to make everyone talk about something else. You never know what you may learn about your co-workers or what gems of information you’ll gain.
When you are networking, you shouldn’t look at it like a short-term, self-serving relationship. If you can reframe it, think about how networking can actually be a lasting and durable connection that serves everybody involved.
In an increasingly complex world, no one succeeds in isolation. More often than not, we succeed as part of a network of people. So find out how you can improve your networking skills.
Don’t worry. If you’re like me and have a hard time making the cold open at cocktail hour, you can still expand your professional network.
British poet, David Whyte, once noted, “A real conversation always contains an invitation. You are inviting another person to reveal herself or himself to you, to tell you who they are or what they want.”
It’s conference season! Conferences are important opportunities for government employees. Learn how you can make the most out of your upcoming ones.
Here from these three public servants who span the multi-generational workforce about their insights to job searching today.
A good network is a like a garden – it requires constant care and feeding. In the same way, building and nurturing a good, reliable roster of contacts requires an on-going commitment. Here’s how you can maintain good upkeep on your professional networks.
Having friends at work is more than just fun – it makes us more effective at getting the job done. Here are a few benefits of friendships with coworkers.