Practical networking with Andrew Hennigan
Uppladdad av Kerstin Beckenius
Career event organized by the Study and Career Guidance unit and international master students
How to apply simple networking methods to make it easier to find
internships, summer jobs and other career opportunities.
Often underrated, networking is actually much more important than it appears. Studies in evolutionary biology highlight that networks of interconnected communities helped make our species more successful, so we are effectively hardwired for networking. In this virtual workshop, influencing expert Andrew Hennigan explains why networking is important and then presents a simple, repeatable method for building a network that is designed to resonate with academics. This approach will help you to find career opportunities, influence other people and become more productive without having to rely on awkward mingles.
Based in Stockholm, Andrew Hennigan has been teaching networking and influencing skills in business schools, universities, companies and organizations for more than 20 years. He has written many articles and posts on networking topics and is the author of the book “Payforward Networking”.