The New Rules of Networking: The Essential Rules And Secrets To Modern Networking

  • 1h 55m
  • Rob Yeung
  • Marshall Cavendish
  • 2006

It's not what you know, it's who you know, Never has this been truer. Networking has become one of the key skills for virtually anyone who wants to get on in their jobs and careers. In fact, in just about any situation, knowing the right person will get you ahead.

This book provides the essential rules and secrets to successful networking. It addresses the how, why and who of networking to enable virtually anyone to grasp the key skills and do some serious networking. Far from being a God-given talent, networking is a technique that can be learnt, honed and applied to great effect. Careers consultant Rob Yeung offers a savvy and practical advice on networking that will make a genuine difference to your career.

About the Author

Rob Yeung is a business psychologist and career consultant, He is a regular contributor to the Financial Times, Guardian, CNN and various BBC programmes. He is presently working on a TV series with the BBC about psychology in the workplace. He has written seven books on various management and career topics.

In this Book

  • The New Rules Of Networking—The Essential Rules And Secrets To Modern Networking
  • Foreword
  • Introduction—Six Scenarios
  • Get Ready to Network
  • Build your Network, One Person at a Time
  • Common Circumstances and Strange Situations
  • Nurture your Network
  • Put your Network to Work
  • Final Words