Networking for people who hate networking : / by Devora Zack a field guide for introverts, the overwhelmed, and the underconnected
By: Zack, Devora.Publisher: San Francisco, C.A. : Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2010Description: viii, 169 p. ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781605095226.Subject(s): Networking | Human relations | BehaviourOnline resources: Download as an eBook
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Welcome to your field guide -- Assess yourself -- The destruction of stereotypes -- Why we hate to network -- Sparkling new rules that work -- Networking event survival kit -- Good-bye golden rule -- Networking without a net -- The job search -- Business travel -- Creating events that work for all -- Defining outcomes, achieving goals -- See ya later, alligator.
Advises how to network when you are not comfortable doing so. Argues that the traditional, extroverted networking rules are not required, and that as an introvert you can forge relationships more effectively by working with your strengths.