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Networking is essential to business success, yet it tends to be a low priority for many busy professionals. I can’t stress this enough: Establish your network now, when you don’t need it, so it’s there when you do.
As you advance in your career, your success becomes more tied to the quality of your relationships, because leaders have to get things done with and through others. The key to moving ahead? Identify your most important relationships and improve the ones that are a little rocky.
In a recent conversation with a person I am mentoring, this question came up: "How do I build my personal brand and get my name out there so that I'm thought of when a potential promotion comes up?”
"I'm the new leader of a team that has worked together for a while. How do I get to know them and gain confidence in their abilities without stepping on toes?"