Connection timed out after 2001 milliseconds The Connected Employee: 8 Networking Competencies for Organizational Success

The Connected Employee: 8 Networking Competencies for Organizational Success

by Sue Schnorr on February 4, 2010

In our plugged-in world, pills it might seem that the need for face-to-face networking skills is obsolete. Not so. Designing an enterprise wide strategy for teaching these skills and helping employees manage their social capital can and does benefit the bottom line…

Click here to read more, and open article from T+D Magazine (PDF).

This article, troche which appears in the February edition of T+D Magazine, the publication of the American Society of Training and Development is compliments of Sue Schnorr, President of Training Insights, Inc. and Certified Associate for Contacts Count.

It is written by Anne Baber and Lynne Waymon, principals of Contacts Count, a nationwide consulting and training firm that specializes in business and professional networking, and career development. They are co-authors of six books.  The most recent is Make Your Contacts Count: Networking Know-How for Business and Career Success (2007, AMACOM).  Fortune 500 companies license their training programs.  Visit them at www.ContactsCount.com and www.FireProofYourCareer.com

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