Brilliant Networking

Brilliant Networking : What the Best Networkers Know, Say and Do

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For many people, networking is an important aspect of their job, but despite this, few are actually taught how to do it effectively. This book is packed full of tried and tested techniques and secrets from some of the UK's most successful networkers. It contains useful tools, anecdotes and real life examples of people who have used networking to secure their dream jobs, make career moves, grow their business or even find their life partner. Whether you are: - Searching for that lucrative new client - Planning on how to get that dream job - Looking for creative ways to resolve a crisis - Wanting to raise your profile at work or in social circles - Desiring the courage to speak to the person you badly want to, but daren't - Determined to get that coveted promotion and make more money Your success lies in your ability to network, and Brilliant Network is your guide to success. DON'T BE GOOD, BE BRILLIANT

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Product details

  • Paperback | 240 pages
  • 134 x 210 x 20mm | 381.02g
  • Pearson Education Limited
  • Prentice-Hall
  • Harlow, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0273714848
  • 9780273714842
  • 267,993

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About Steven D'Souza

Steven D' Souza Steven D'Souza is currently Vice President, Leadership and Talent Management, in a top-tier international investment bank. He has spoken at conferences and events throughout the world on subjects as wide as diversity, networking and organisational effectiveness. He is an experienced coach and trainer and skilled at connecting people to assist them in achieving their goals. Steven is also author of the bestselling book Made in Britain, which was sponsored for schools throughout the UK to inspire positive role models. He currently lives in London.

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