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2011-11-15 15:00:21
How To Get More From Your Networking

Return on RelationshipsIn my last blog I wrote that there was one question I get asked more than any other.


"How can I get more from my networking?"


Some people go further and complain that they spend vast amounts of time networking without any return on the activity.


The main problem is often that they are just spending time on the activity itself. They are not really investing in the relationships where the real benefits of networking are to be found. In this short podcast I share some simple ideas about how to motivate others to help you get a return on your networking investment.


Invest 3 minutes in listening here:


Good Networking!

Dave Clarke

Dave Clarke


Posted by Dave Clarke at 15:00:21, 15 Nov 11
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