The power of networking
In today’s business world, networking is the new canvassing. If the idea of endless cold calling is enough to send you back into full time employment, the good news is that developing a network of business contacts will yield far better results in the longer term.
Successful networking tips for interims
It is generally accepted that interim providers currently fill only three out of every ten interim assignments. The single most productive means of securing assignments is through referral and recommendation. This is often called 'the hidden job market'.
A simple guide on how to start building your network
Handy tips from the PwC blog on how to make the most of your network.
Use our guides, books, articles and links on personal impact, business etiquette and interpersonal skills to help you make a good impression and improve your networking skills.
Tips, guidance and case studies on how to build your network and influence people from EY.
Small-world networking to the interim
Network theory should provide a good opportunity for interim managers (IMs) to reach their potential clients. The theory suggests that by using a person that you know, you can reach anyone on earth through the people whom they and their contacts know.