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Networking and Stories I. Using Networks A. The importance of networks – Make us successful or unsuccessful. B. Types of networks -Social Support – You get really old because you have friends. Most men don’t know how to network. Women are much better at social support. -Organizational Networking – Happens inside a business or organization. Men usually better at it. C. Some principles -Task performance still matters – You have to perform at it -It isn’t who you know, it is who knows you – If you contact someone how quickly will they respond. II. Networking Skills A. You have a bigger network than you think - B. Never underestimate the value of “connecting” – Always try to meet new people. C. Don’t burn bridges--you may need them later – Don’t leave a relationship you mad need something out of it later. D. Keep in touch—regularly - email E. Do favors that cost you a little and gain you a lot; be proactive--offer favors before they are asked - F. Keep records--stay personal
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course CMS 315M taught by Professor Daly during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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