5 Tips for Remote Networking
COVID-19 and the shift to remote work (and remote life) has caused professional networking to become completely virtual. Here are our top five tips for successful networking while remote.
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COVID-19 and the shift to remote work (and remote life) has caused professional networking to become completely virtual. While remote networking has always been an option, now it’s our only option. Here are our top five tips for successful networking while remote.
1. Make a list of people in your network
Your network is likely much larger than you think it is! Make a list of former colleagues, classmates, teammates, friends of friends, etc. that you think it would be beneficial to reach out to - whether it’s their experience, their role, or the company they work for that appeals to you. Since most people are working remotely and don’t have a ton of extracurriculars going on, now is the perfect time to re-connect.
2. Utilize LinkedIn
Once you have your list, head to LinkedIn. As you may already know, LinkedIn is a great resource for professional networking. However, before you begin your outreach, make sure your LinkedIn profile presents the best version of yourself. We recommend double checking the following: an updated professional photo, your current (or most recent) job title, an accurate and up to date job history, and relevant skills. Additionally, don’t forget to fill out the summary section at the top of your profile with a brief bio about yourself.
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