Do organizational networks really make a difference? The answer is a resounding yes! In a study performed by Partnering Resources and the Northeast HR Association, 93% of completely successful change initiatives were led by leaders with very strong or strong personal networks. Not one change initiatives described as less successful was led by a leader with strong or very strong personal networks.
High performers have specific practices that help them achieve. By understanding these practices, individuals can replicate them and build their networks in a smart, strategic way that benefits them, their projects, and their organizations. Learn more about how to grow your organizational networks:
- Who Trumps How: How Building Your Networks Can Help You – This short, on-demand online show will give you the basics about networks: what they are, why they matter, and how high performers use networks to help them succeed. Partnering Resources Presentation.
- The Antidote to the 10,000 Name Contact List: Networking for Introverts – Some of us will never enjoy walking into a room of strangers and making connections. Does that mean we’re doomed professionally? Not at all! In this webinar for Women in Technology International, participants learned about the science behind networking and how that science can help engineers, technologists, and introverts make connections successfully and strategically. Partnering Resources Presentation.
- The Art & Science of Networks (Yes, There Is a Science!) – Does networking really make a difference? The answer is a resounding yes! Lean about the science behind networking and what you can do to build strong, high-quality relationships. This presentation for The Commonwealth Institute will totally change how you think about networking. Partnering Resources Presentation.
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