The SN Tip of the week is be a good resource. If someone asks you a question, give the correct and most practical answer. If you do not know the answer, make it a point to do research and find out! Establishing yourself as a "go-to" person who can provide quality solutions can instantly grow your networks!
In honor of Black History Month, I wanted to focus our attention on Henry O. Tanner. Henry was the 1st African American artist to gain international acclaim. He immigrated to Paris, France and studied under some of the most influential artists of his time.
I am totally in agreement with checks and balances, metrics and measurable elements of any business or enterprise. Thus, I am a huge fan of "Mystery Shoppers". Going undercover or taking the role of a customer or client can bring much insight to your operations. Use this as a tool to improve processes and customer satisfaction.
Networking is always a hot topic and is pretty much here to stay! Whether it is online or offline, it has made its mark on various industries. In this particular article, I talk about 2 ways in which networking is blazing off!
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The SN Tip of the week is to shadow someone! Take a day off from your usual work and shadow a mentor, colleague, client or friend. Use this opportunity to be of help, learn more about their work / industry and broaden your horizons. It can also be a great way to expand your endeavors and networks!
In this article, I focus on the top reasons savvy networkers should be networking. I love this article because it explains the importance of networking, developing networks, adding value and building strong quality relationships. I also use these terms in my professional seminars and workshops!
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In my workshops, I encourage my attendees to create a support system to achieve their networking dreams. Being able to design your network, gives you a chance to build quality relationships and exchange useful resources. This is just another strategic way of good networking!
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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.