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Network: Sharing Information at All Levels

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It’s important to nail down just what a network is. Think of a network as any group of people you know or can get to know for the purposes of sharing information. Every network is based on some form of interpersonal relationship, and each of us has a variety of networks operating at different levels and in different locations. Think of some of your possibilities: the people you vacation with, the network of vendors who provided your last employer with goods and services, your colleagues in your trade association, your family, your past and present clients, your fellow board members at a corporation or nonprofit foundation, and numerous other contacts—some formal, some informal; some long-lasting, some fleeting; some current, some dormant; some deeply meaningful, some excruciatingly superficial. Read More at EmploymentCrossing

Network: Sharing Information at All Levels by
Authored by: Harrison Barnes