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So you met someone this past weekend who could be a potential customer, or refer you some clients. How do you hold onto this lead? Follow up with them, the step that most networking professionals forget to make, and arguably the most important step too. Master the art of the network follow-up with help from Forbes.com.
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Where do you #network? Whether trying to get new clients, or simply get more exposure for your business, don’t forget about the following places that are strong places to network:
1. BNI (Business Networking International) is a great place to make lasting relationships and gain sources for quality referrals, given you put in the time and effort.
2. Local Chamber of Commerce is designed to bring small business owners together.
3. Eventbrite lists local events, many of which host small business owners.
4. Meetup is a great online community categorized by different interests, from hiking groups, to network after work groups, making it easy to meet other professionals or people with similar interests in your area. #Pghmeetup
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Have you ever introduced yourself and then went blank as to what to say next? Learn how to introduce yourself with a quick pitch that makes you memorable with Time Magazine's ‘5 No-Fail Ways to Introduce Yourself at a Networking Event’ article. #Networking #Introduction
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When was the last time you visited our website? Pick a topic and read our blog. Brush up on your professional etiquette, and take a look at our new updates! Please share our site with any friends you have in HR and help us spread the word about our professional services! #PghBusiness #BusinessEtiquette
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Do you know someone on the job search? Share this networking tip with them and help them get that job. Our #1 networking tip is to Grow Your Circle by Networking in Different Places. We suggest you network with the people you know, attend networking events with other people looking for work, #network with people in your industry, and network with professionals who have companies in the area you live. The main point here is to broaden your social circle. Stop yourself from #networking with the same individuals. Instead, add more diversity to your social circle. You will make more meaningful connections with people connected to you in different ways. Now get out there and grow your circle!
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According to HR professionals', their most important issue in 2015 was culture and engagement, which defines how things work for employees, like #workplace atmosphere and co worker relationship building . Creating a positive work environment is critical to many companies success. Learn how in our latest blog post.
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Today is a great day to do a random act of kindness for one of your coworkers! Here are some ideas: Pick someone up a cup of coffee, bring some donuts or bagels into the office, compliment a coworker, praise someone for work well done, offer to help someone with a difficult task, say good morning or good bye, offer to mentor an unexperienced employee - The opportunities are endless! #PayItForward #Positivity
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Improve Your Work Relationships and with Tips from Mother, May I in our latest blog. #PghJob #PittsburghBusiness
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Do you have drama in your office? Find out how much it hurts your bottom line. #Workplace #Pgh
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