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Quick Networking Pointers: How NOT to LOSS Your Reliable Career Connections (Part 5)

by: Tesa Mari S. Sabao | 16 Mar, 2011 11:40:06

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19.   Give your networks options on how to help you. If you want an urgent help, give options on how your career connections can help you. Have in mind that they also have limitations. Respect their limitations if you want to maintain your friendship. In addition, giving them choices will show that you’re also creating efforts to help yourself as much as possible. They won’t say it, but they’ll admire your thinking.

20.   Coordinate well with people who are helping you. Don’t just talk to the person you are asking help, and arrive the next day expecting for results. Hey, it’s your call not theirs. Don’t lose their respect. Instead, you should ask first for advice on what you can do. As much as possible, fix the problem yourself. Just ask for their assistance if it’s really needed.

21.   Don’t forget to show appreciation to people who support you. Even little kids know that you should say “thank you” whenever someone helps you. Don’t forget this value no matter what you achieve in your career. Remember that you’ll need friends and career connections wherever you are in your career. If you want to preserve and strengthen bonds and friendships, color it with gratitude.

22.   Share every success with your network. Don’t forget people who supported you including your career networks when you’ve become successful. You owe it to them. Share your joy and success with them. Whenever you get the chance to achieve something, no matter how small or big it is, share it to them. Throw a simple get together or ask them for a group gimmick. This way they’d become more willing to support you for they know you’re sharing your happiness.

Have in mind that networking is setting a mutual career relationship. The rule is “You scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours”. If you want to maintain your career connections; you have to make efforts in keeping in touch with them, don’t abuse their help, be good and honest, return their goodness, and learn to appreciate every efforts they do for you no matter how big or small it is. Just have in mind, people with good spirit and warm hearts are rewarded hundred folds for their good deeds. Don’t be a social climber. Instead, love the goodness of people and become a real friend. More than anything, friendship is the greatest asset you can ever have in your career.


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