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Professional Networking

Highly Effective Networking

Highly Effective Networking: Meet the Right People and Get a Great Job

Orville Pierson
Franklin Lakes, NJ: Career Press 2009

Systematic, planful, graceful, job search networking (NOT sales or schmoozing). Includes detailed, practical examples and approaches that help you to be authentic and effective.

Todd Wehr Library Call #: TBD / ISBN-13: 9781601630506

Self-Promotion for Introverts

Self-promotion for Introverts: The Quiet Guide to Getting Ahead

Nancy Ancowitz
New York, NY: McGraw Hill 2010

You don’t have to change your personality. Filled with practical tips on how to use your natural strengths and dispositions to advance your job search and continuing professional development in genuine and effective ways. Increasing quality, not just quantity.

Todd Wehr Library Call #: TBD / ISBN-13: 9780071591294

Networking for People Who Hate Networking: A Field Guide for Introverts, the Overwhelmed, and the Underconnected

Devorah Zack
San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2010

Shattering stereotypes about people who hate networking (most of us), and myths about networking (just a lot of small talk, big numbers, and constant contact), the book shows how the very traits that make people networking-averse can be used very effectively in a full range of career and professional development situations. Introversion and shyness can be strengths, if you know how to use them.

Todd Wehr Library Call #: HD 69 Z16n 2010 / ISBN-13: 9781605095226

 

 

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