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LwL Podcast Episode 7: Katherine Burchell

In Episode 7 of the Librarians with Lives podcast I chat to Katherine Burchell, who is a Library Assistant at Cambridge University Library. Katherine is also doing her library qualification at Sheffield via distance learning. 206 more words

Professional Networking

ARE YOU LISTENING? ARE YOU CONNECTING?

By: Anja Uitdehaag

 “Everyone you meet has something to teach you.”  – unknown

Everybody networks. Whether your networking is done on a personal or professional level, the goal is the same: to cultivate and maintain mutually beneficial relationships with a mix of people with whom you can share ideas and knowledge.

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Tips for Essential Business Networking in 2017

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“To be successful, you have to be able to relate to people; they have to be satisfied with your personality to be able to do business with you and to build a relationship with mutual trust.”

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Udyomitra - A Door To Opportunity

Udyomitra, one of the leading professional network was founded in June 2010 and was launched on 2016 December, by three young brothers from Kerala State, India. 379 more words

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Module 5: Creating Community for Change

For my final learning module in PME810, I am asked to journal about my connections to an online community about an area of practice in which I am interested. 825 more words

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SPARK Internship: Use LinkedIn to Land a Job (part 2)

After Jasmine Burns, a senior recruiter from Duo security, came to speak to my digital marketing clinic about the importance of LinkedIn and provided us with some tips, I thought her insight and tips would be greatly appreciate by fellow college students and anyone trying to clean up their… 388 more words

SPARK Internship: Tips and Tricks to Networking Events

My time with the SPARK Digital Marketing Clinic has provided me with many networking opportunities. Some of them went smoothly and were based on topics that I knew, and others were a bit awkward and about topics that I didn’t really have knowledge on. 550 more words