Some Assembly Required: A Networking Guide for Women (Google eBook)

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New Year Publishing, Aug 1, 2008 - Business & Economics - 184 pages
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Some Assembly Required: A Networking Guide for Women is a practical guide packed with useful tips, creative techniques and real-world stories that are relevant for women today. It is written so that every woman will benefit from reading it regardless of profession, age, location or stage of life. It inspires women who are not active networkers to make it a part of their lives, and helps those who do currently network become even more effective. The book provides: - insight on how networking is different for men and women - an understanding of what networking really is and why it is important - tips on how to use your inherent skills and styles to your advantage - resources for where and how to start networking - practical and effective skills and tools for networking - a new way to look at networking for mothers (both working and stay at home)
  

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I joined a book club at work and this was our first read. I thoroughly enjoyed the discussion because it helped me to see I was not alone in my networking challenges.
Several of the women in the
meeting had the same fears as I did and after discussing them we challenged ourselves even further. I also realized that in my daily life I'm already networking.
The information stored between the covers of this book can be used time and time again. No matter where you are in your career or personal life you will benefit from this guide. Discovering that women network differently than men was a little surprising. What was more surprising was finding out what networking is and is not.
Very interesting read
Missy
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This is a good book for someone who needs to learn how to network. Read full review

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