The SN Tip of the week is to take advantage of mentoring. Whether you are seeking a mentor or would like to mentor, use this type of relationship building to advance your networks. You can find resources, support or assistance via your employment, groups, associations, alumni associations and non profit organizations.
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The SN Tip of the week is to sharpen your skills. Find ways to build on your existing abilities. Research, take a course, be coached, listen to a podcast or shadow someone to learn how to be more efficient and effective in your networking or professional career.
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The SN Tip of the week is to support women owned businesses. In honor of Women's History Month, make it a point to patronize businesses, associations, causes and communities which acknowledge the advancement of women.
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