Networking Best Practices
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Friday, 5 June

11 am – 12 pm EDT

FREE!
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Networking Best Practices | June 5

Tosin Olamigoke Photo


Career Coach, General Assembly

5

Friday, 5 June

11 am – 12 pm EDT

Online

Anywhere
Online
FREE!
Cost

Sold Out!

Get on the waitlist

Be the first to know if a spot becomes available.

Add me to the waitlist

Questions? Read our FAQs

About This Workshop

Networking, for many, can be a daunting task. Questions about where/how do I start? and doubts about our confidence in connecting with new people often prevent us from going the extra mile. With some experts claiming networking is responsible for pver 70% of new job acquisitions, it's even more important to fine tune our networking skills for continued career development and success.

This lesson will focus on best practices and strategies aimed at not only building a strong and impactful network, but maintaining and leveraging that network smoothly.

By understanding that building a true connection with someone is the most impactful way to network, we will walk through tactics and tips and delve into the "why" we network vs. just the "how."

Takeaways

After this session you will gain insights into how to:

  • Effectively network in our current remote world
  • Leverage social media platforms (LinkedIn, AngelList, Slack and others) to network like a champ
  • Build, cultivate and maintain your network connections beyond the ""getting a job"" mindframe
  • Build true meaningful connections
  • Organize your networking

About the Instructor

Tosin Olamigoke Photo

Career Coach,
General Assembly

With a deep-rooted passion for people development, Tosin thrives at helping individuals take ownership of their careers by providing them with tools, resources, tips and the motivation to succeed. His career journey started overseas developing teaching and cultural programs in the Czech Republic and France. After he returned to the United States, he worked for a company that brought international students and professionals to the US for career experience, development and growth. He eventually made his way into the tech space at Indeed, the #1 Job site in the world. Through his time there he learned the intricacies of how pivotal and dynamic career development can be. He's currently a Career Coach at General Assembly and works at engaging learners and professionals in an effort to grow their careers in a way that is meaningful to their lives.

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