You don’t want to waste your contact’s (or your own) time by asking questions that can be easily answered with a quick glance at a company website or someone’s LinkedIn profile. And you do want to impress your contact by knowing a bit more than expected about his or her company or career path.Are there any interesting networking questions to ask?
32 (actually) interesting networking questions you could ask instead | Career Counseling for Your Career Bliss | make. believe. for real. Networking … it’s a dreaded word. And an even more dreaded act to engage in (at least for most people).How much time do you have for a networking call?
Since you’ll only have between 15 to 20 minutes for these quick chats, you want to make sure you’re being efficient with your time. Here’s your go-to guide. 1. Do Your Homework With less than 20 minutes to make an impression and get your questions answered, you’re going to need to do some research.When do you call a meeting " networking "?
Unfortunately you only call something “networking” when you don’t like nor look forward to the experience of meeting or seeing people. BUT you have to call it something to make it feel like it wasn’t a total waste of your time. Right? But the truth is that networking is an everyday, day-to-day, daily occurrence.