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Networking: Expand Your Internal Relationships and Opportunities

You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people
than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.
— Dale Carnegie

Overview /        Foundations

Networking is recognized as an essential career-related activity - to secure positions, to gather information, and to build relationships, enabling professionals to advance within organizations. Our purpose for this workshop is to identify the core elements of networking to build, expand, and sustain relationships, with the focus on career advancement. This is valuable in the context of rotational programs where there are specific opportunities for networking, particularly to sourcing new roles within the program, at completion - and beyond.

Here are 5 articles from Harvard Business Review that focus on networking - you may review prior to the workshop and/or refer to after:

Article 1: Learn to Love Networking

Article 2: 5 Misconceptions About Networking

Article 3: 3 Mistakes to Avoid When Networking

Article 4: How Leaders Create and Use Networks

Article 5: How to Build Your Network


Workshop Agenda /  Presentation

Agenda and Topics:

  1. Kickoff and Introduction | Activity 1 | The Value of Relationships in Business
  2. Connections: Current and Future | Activity 2
  3. Activation: How to Build New Connections | Activity 3
  4. Sustaining: Continuing to Engage Your Network | Activity 4 | Big Picture: Your Personal Board of Directors
  5. Wrap-up / Next Steps

NOTE: To be posted after the workshop

Workshop Presentation: <<POWERPOINT>>


Workshop Activities / Supplemental Materials

Note: To be posted after the workshop

Activity Templates:

  1. Activity 1
  2. Activity 2
  3. Activity 3
  4. Activity 4

Additional Resources: