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Posted in: Networking
Love it or loathe it, networking is one of the most under-rated yet effective ways to generate new business, develop mutually beneficial relationships with key stakeholders (including potential employers) and access a wider professional audience, than you would otherwise have access to. It’s all about making a positive impact - and its importance has never been greater.
When it comes to keeping your team happy and attracting new talent, a good base salary is always an important factor but as the market becomes more buoyant again and great candidates are hard to find, our candidate snapshot shows the increasing importance of benefits for senior PR professionals.
Sarah Rajani, Director of Communications at the Private Equity firm, Apax Partners, talks about communicating to a wide range of audiences, forging new relationships and building the firm’s relationship with media outlets to bring the benefits of PE in society to the forefront.
The days are getting longer, the weather is perking up and the seemingly endless winter feels as though it’s drawing to a close. Could spring be around the corner? Perhaps it’s time to put the casserole dish away, ease up on the stodgy food and incorporate some lighter bites into your diet. Don’t worry— you won’t go hungry.
Know your audience. I recently discovered just how important this simple mantra is at a workshop led by James Osborne of Elite Leaders; understanding your clients’ and colleagues’ personality types can be a beneficial step to getting the best out of them.
Welcome to The Works Book Club feature! This month, we share some of the principles introduced in the book, “Do It Tomorrow and Other Secrets of Time Management” by Mark Forster.