A network-driven career benefits not only you, but also your company, your family and friends, and everyone you connect with because networks are built upon recognizing mutual need and their value comes with making a difference in others’ lives as well as your own. This issue of Executive Edge puts emphasis on the increasing value of networking for building a successful career and a winning organization. There is advice on how to build an advisory network, how to network your business, how to network at the office, and insight into how to use social networking to best advantage. Looking at networking from different angles, it becomes clear that building networks can improve everything in your life, professionally and personally.
Considering the wide range of self-development books we all read, it can often seem like they offer conflicting advice. For every book that conveys the importance of banning distractions to achieve more, there’s another that implores us to give ourselves grace and be okay with doing less. But these books really don’t conflict at all […]
What does improving your public speaking really mean? Does it mean you’ll make more sales? Convince people to see things your way? Those are just effects. The purpose of mastering public speaking is much broader— it’s about taking control of your own voice and making what you think and feel on the inside clearer and […]
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