I have recommended Work the Pond and Positive Networking in the past. I found this Top Tip of the Year particularly compelling, especially as an educator and mentor to newer professionals. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if library CEOs had to beat off new librarians instead of wondering about their experiences? Top Library CEO Networking Tip Of The Year […]
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Networking is important for at least two critical reasons: [a] the research suggests that the majority of the jobs in our field are not posted but become known through networking; [b] the research suggests that an emerging competence for leaders is their ability to develop their network, through special projects, temporary assignments and community involvement, […]
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