The Complete Beginners Guide To Networking For Introverts
Technical skills, good grades and even a keen intellect are necessary but may not be sufficient to get you to where you want to go.
Research estimates that up to 80% of jobs are found through networking. The value of networking in the job search cannot be understated. Trying to land a job by conventional methods such as online job boards or structured recruitment programs can be extremely difficult – one recruiter shared that for a recent graduate engineering program, there were 1,600 applicants for just 30 jobs.
But networking can be daunting, especially if you are an introvert. Traditional networking events seem to best suit people who are loud or outgoing. And if you are an introvert (like me), that is probably not you.
There is a better way.
Introversion can actually be an advantage in networking, and this course is designed teach you how. Inspired by Susan Cain’s TED Talk “The Power of Introverts”, this course is taught by, and specially tailored for introverts who understand the importance of networking but find it hard to excel in conventional networking events.
This course is both comprehensive and practical, and includes sample invitation templates, meeting preparation notes and tested questions that you can use straight away. And because there is nothing like a live demonstration, I have simulated an actual networking meeting so you can see the learning points in action.
Here is what a recent student said after putting this course into practice:
“It went really well! Got to learn a lot about the methods and responsibilities about change management and ways to get into the industry. The networking method you taught me is magic!” – Anna Lim
This course is risk free. It comes with a 30-day, no questions asked, money-back guarantee. So if you are not satisfied, you will get all your money back.
So enrol today by clicking the “Take This Course” button at the top-right of this page to be on your way to your first successful networking meeting today.
And remember, it’s not what you know, it’s who you know… and who knows you!”