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Join author and business coach Dave Crenshaw as he shows you how to build your professional connections by increasing your network and influence. This course reveals strategies to connect with people in person, build casual acquaintances into real connections, and leverage social media to increase your sphere of influence. Learn ways to build both communication channels and community as you serve your network and make yourself available for new introductions and opportunities.
This course is one of a series of five Dave Crenshaw courses based on his Invaluable teaching methodology for professional development.
Thank you for completing our course on building professional connections. We have given you practical advice and tips that you can use to improve the connections that you make in person on a recurring basis and through social networking. If you enjoyed this course, I suggest that you share something you have learned with your connections, one of the best ways to reinforce your learning of something is to teach it to someone else. I'd suggest you teach the people in your network, one or two things that you have learned here. That way you can work together to help each other become invaluable.
Remember the connections that you make not only give you a richer life, but also create more professional opportunities for you and improve your marketplace value. Incidentally, I'd love to connect with you. Please reach out to me at davecrenshaw.com and you will see links to the various social networks that I use, connect with me on those sites and please mention that you watched this course on lynda. com have fun building connections with the people around you and may you be invaluable.
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