The SN Tip of the week is to ask for a recommendation. Preferably on Linkedin or another professional site, reach out to a trusted colleague for an endorsement. Getting a recommendation is an excellent marketing tool for highlighting skills, abilities, passions, etc. It can also keep your profile updated and relevant. You can also post your recommendation on your website to drive engagement and sales.
Use this networking tip to enhance your brand!
There are many intricate dynamics to networking. In my most recent online article, I write about the importance of establishing, developing and managing your networking image. Image is key to credibility, respect and adds value in your networking endeavors. Being able to sharpen and enhance this aspect of your professionalism will benefit you much success.
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The SN Tip of the week is to answer questions correctly. While networking, make it a point to answer questions in a precise, professional manner. Be clear and direct and have a meaningful response. If you can not answer a question, be honest and do your due diligence to follow up with the appropriate answer.
Use this networking tip to build your credibility and professionalism!
I am super excited to share my recently published article in: Executive Secretary Magazine. In this article, I write about how you can leverage ethics to build your credibility, trust and professionalism in the work environment. You can also use ethics to promote diversity, inclusion and advocate for others.
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The Champion Networker (Chi Chi Okezie) is a networking, diversity and inclusion influencer known for infusing culture, history, language, arts and entertainment into her company's training and events.