Tag: networking

[The Talent Game] Coffee with Amy

A photo of a cup of coffee.

It’s great when good people do well. It’s even better when good people, talented people navigate a career bump or two and end up in a better role with a better boss and culture than they left behind. Someone I’ll call “Amy” is one of those people. I know her through community work we’d done […]

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Tales of the Network: Lunch with Pam Fox Rollin

Networking for careers is today’s version of breathing air. The only people who don’t need to be good and practiced at it are those people who are permanently retired or independently wealthy – though in both cases good networks still have significant value. The 3R’s of networking – reciprocity, responsibility, and respect – frame how […]

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