One of the most important components of career management is building and maintaining your network.  Especially during times of transition, I’ve found my professional network to be invaluable in terms of generating job leads, securing speaking opportunities, and coordinating useful partnerships.  Anyone who has attended any of my career transition talks has heard me say that networking is the most effective job transition tactic, consistently being more fruitful than searching through job boards or sending CVs out to prospective employers.

This week, in my Career Advice for Marketers column in The Drum, I cover ways to keep your professional network “warm.”

Read my full article entitled “3 simple routines to keep your professional network warm” in today’s Drum.

About Joseph Liu

Joseph Liu helps aspiring professionals relaunch their careers to do work that matters. As a keynote speaker, career & personal branding consultant, and host of the Career Relaunch podcast, his passion is helping people gain the clarity, confidence, and courage to pursue truly meaningful careers. Having gone through three major career changes himself, he now shares insights from building & relaunching global consumer brands to empower professionals and business owners to build & relaunch their personal brands.

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