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Jan16
Leaders Should Network To Build Relationships
Networking is not a new idea, a new concept or anything necessarily "new". Networking has long been a form of communication that allows people to learn one another, interact together and enhance relationships, preferably business relationships. In leadership, I have found that the more a leader networks and makes himself or herself available, the more likely they are to be successful and productive. Leaders are often notorious for thinking that they shouldn’t mingle with a certain group of people because of their status or perhaps even be seen with certain groups in public so as not to taint their images. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Leaders should be mindful of the power of networking not only within their circles but out of their circles and out of their comfort zones.

 

 

If a leader doesn’t want to network or mingle, how do they plan to lead?

 


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