Networking for Nerds: Find, Access and Land Hidden by Alaina G. Levine

By Alaina G. Levine

Networking for Nerds provides a step by step advisor to realizing find out how to entry hidden professional opportunities via networking. With an emphasis on functional suggestion on how and why to community, you will methods to formulate and execute a strategic networking plan that's dynamic, multidimensional, and leverages social media systems and different networking channels.

An helpful source for either tested and early-career scientists and engineers (as good as networking neophytes!), Networking for Nerds offers concrete perception on crafting expert networks that are mutually worthy and help the development of either your occupation pursuits and your scholarly ambitions.

“Networking” doesn't suggest going to at least one reception or talking with a number of humans at one convention, and never contacting them back. particularly, “networking” includes a spectrum of actions that engages both parties, guarantees everyone’s price is thoroughly communicated, and allows the exploration of a win-win collaboration of a few kind.

Written through award-winning entrepreneur and strategic occupation making plans specialist Alaina G. Levine, Networking for Nerds is a necessary source for somebody operating in medical and engineering fields trying to increase their professional making plans for a really pleasurable, fascinating, and stimulating career.

 

 

professional making plans for a really gratifying, interesting, and stimulating career.Networking for Nerds presents a step by step consultant to figuring out tips on how to entry hidden professional
opportunities via networking. With an emphasis on useful suggestion on how and why to community, you
will the best way to formulate and execute a strategic networking plan that's dynamic, multidimensional, and
leverages social media structures and different networking channels.
An priceless source for either confirmed and early-career scientists and engineers (as good as networking
neophytes!), Networking for Nerds bargains concrete perception on crafting expert networks that are
mutually important and help the development of either your occupation targets and your scholarly ambitions.
“Networking” doesn't suggest going to 1 reception or talking with a number of humans at one convention, and
never contacting them back. relatively, “networking” includes a spectrum of actions that engages both
parties, guarantees everyone’s price is safely communicated, and allows the exploration of a win-win
collaboration of a few kind.
Written through award-winning entrepreneur and strategic profession making plans professional Alaina G. Levine, Networking for
Nerds is an important source for somebody operating in clinical and engineering fields trying to increase their
professional making plans for a really satisfying, intriguing, and stimulating career.

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As I sat down, I couldn’t help but compliment this stranger on her colorful choice of footware. She smiled and I soon introduced myself, and before long we were just chatting away at 30 000 feet. We both became so immersed in conversation that by the time we landed, two hours later, we could hardly have guessed the time went by. As it turns out this woman was the wife of a very well-known senator and as we conversed she asked me about my work. I told her that I was a professional speaker and comedian.

But before we go into what your brand consists of, it is important to amplify that brands are about promises, and thus expectations. People interact with brands (products, services, organizations, and professionals) because they expect that there will be a consistency in excellence from them. An easy way to think about this is from the product side. For example, I like Coca-Cola brand soda. I know that if I order a Coke in Tucson, Cairo, New York or Mexico City, on an airplane or in a grocery store, that for the most part, the Coke is going to have the same flavor (allowing for regional differences in water quality, particulates, and bottling practices).

Make sure that when “they” talk about you, they are only saying good things. As a corollary to this, we don’t want people saying negative things or, possibly worse, nothing about you at all because you are unknown to a community. People (often) believe what they hear. When a trusted member of a community tells another that you are someone who will add value to their group, they believe it. Similarly if someone says something negative about you, the other party will believe that too. Your reputation will pop up in places you’d never expect.

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