Improve Your Profile Being visible and being noticed is a benefit of networking

Improve your profile being visible and being noticed

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Improve Your Profile Being visible and being noticed is a benefit of networking and is essential in building a career. Regularly attend social and professional events to help become a known face. You can then help build your reputation as an experienced, dependable and supportive, providing useful information or tips for people who need it. Access to opportunities Expanding your contacts can open doors to new business opportunities, career advancement, personal growth, and simply new knowledge. Having an active network helps keep you "top of mind" when opportunities arise. New information Networking is a great opportunity to exchange knowledge of best practices, learn about your peers' business techniques, and stay abreast of the latest industry events. A broad network of informed,
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BSBMGT605 Provide leadership across the organisation / Assignment interconnected contacts means broader access to new and valuable information. Guidance and Support Gaining the advice of work experiences is an important important of the network. Discussing common challenges and opportunities opens a door for valuable suggestions and guidance. Offer yourself to the contacts also for a solid foundation to get support in return when you need it. Scenario 5 Statement of business ethics The purpose of this Statement of Business Ethics is to raise private sector awareness of public sector values. It is critical that Council and its private sector contractors, suppliers, consultants, tenderers or business partners have mutual expectations of the relationship. This Statement defines the principles of conduct that are expected of both parties in order to ensure the integrity and professionalism of both organisations is enhanced and is a statement of Council's values and systems of accountability. The Council is committed to ethical business practices based on public duty principles. Council's business principles are as follows: All procurement is conducted on the basis of value for money All business relationships with external parties will be transparent Procurement and appointment decisions will be based on merit and will be impartial and will not take extraneous issues into account Council procurement decision making processes will be open (where practicable) and ac- countable. Value for money means an estimate of the worth or desirability of the goods or services offered. This can include such factors as initial cost, whole of life cost, quality, the extent to which the goods or services meet the specified requirements and also social and environmental responsibilities. Transparency means visible and verifiable confirmation of the integrity of the purchasing process and compliance with relevant legislation and adopted Council procedures. Impartiality means the purchasing process must be undertaken in a fair, objective, consistent and businesslike manner, leading to improved performance and cost effective methods of doing business for Council. It does
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