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Transcript: Networking: How to build and maintain relationships A presentation made by Nathanel Vega, Natenniel Kabore, Ragda Noah and Ruth Njike Tip #1 Character and Confidence Always be aware of how you are presenting yourself or how others percieve you. As stated by Courtney L. Vien, "You demonstrate character by being curteous, keeping your promises, and 'showing people you like them...'" Help your contacts when you can. " In a networking situations, people expect you to ask them for help. If you turn that around and just offer some support, your networking partner will be grateful and want to return the favor." (Schawbel) Showing you are there for them when they need you will encourage them to be there for you when they need you. Be someone people want to be around According to Courtney L. Vien, "You can also demonstrate competence by "showing that you're constantly improving yourself." Always push to be the best of the best and let your actions reflect your drive. Also, when appropriate, let others know of your accoplishments but don't overdue it, as bragging too much can reduce your credibility. Be well informed and be prepared for as many situations as you possibly can. If you can prove you are relaible, people will depend on you and trust you. Be the kind of person people want to imitate Tip #2 Pick your people carefully Many will tell you to get your name in as many people heads as possible but this isn't always the best advice. "Instead, you need to concentrate on the people who you know will be able to make a difference in your career" (Schawbel). Become friends with others who not only can help you, but also with individuals who you can help and can depend on. You need other competent people with good character traits. Keep in mind that you can also use already established relationships to help establish new relationships. Focus on the right people Picking someone who is unreliable, flippant, or disloyal can result in more trouble than you bargained for and can decrease your credibility. They will also take eat up valuble time and resources you could have dedicated somewhere else. Picking the wrong people can lead to disaster Tip #3 Network Health "After you choose the right people to network with, remember to stay in contact with them" (Schawbel). Creating a network on its own is not enough. You have to work hard to make sure the network stays connected. Keep an eye on it and pay attention to its various needs. Go out of your way to communicate with as many of your contacts as you can. Learn important details about your contacts and share important details. Think of yourself as a gardener. One cannot simply plant flowers in a barren field and expect them to flourish. It will take some effort. Keep an eye on your network Tip #4 Be Strong Facing realities with courage is very important when you meet a lot people and go through difficult time. "Be Strong, be fearless,be beautiful. And believe that anything is possible when you have the right people there to support you." Masty Copeland -Can meet harsh people, but keep up with nice with people to build strong relationships -Don't stereotype when somebody from a community mistreats you -Try to follow people with good characters than those with bad ones -Do not change your good charcter for any reason With determination, perseverance and the right people, we will reach our goals. Tip #5 Be fearless It is very important do be confident about our relashionships with people. Fear is a big obstacle of building friendship. -Do not be shy -Do not let yourself intimated -Be confident What we will be in the future depend on the way we handle our relationship with people today. Tip #6 when networking it is very essential to have a plan and even a back up plan, because having an idea without a plan is just a wish. In addition to that, before networking it is important to make sure one knows their talents, strenghts, and skills. Be sure to know exactly what you're talking about and how exactly will your plan benifit others. Have a plan! Tip #7 More text here Find a higher purpose Finding a higher purpose is important as it encourages one to take action and embrace connections that one will not usuely or formely cultivate. In addition, it also allows one to explore shared intrests with others allowing them to shift to a more motivated mindset and expand their views and ideas. Therfore, it is very important for one to build their networking on these tearms as they are the key to building and creating some long lasting strong relationships!. Andrea Stairs, managing director of eBay Canada, states in the article Learn to Love Networking by Tiziana Casciaro, Francesca Gino, and Maryam Kouchaki, that due to finding a higher purpose she had completly changed her perspective. “I had to get over the feeling that it would be self-centered and unseemly to put myself out there in the media,” she told us. “I realized that my visibility is actually good for my company and for the image

Networking Presentation

Transcript: RESEARCH ON UMSKAL WI-FI ~To investigate the opinions of the students to the Wi-Fi connection in UMSKAL 3. What do you primarily search for over the Internet? Through this survey, we can know that: 1. Most of the students in UMSKAL use broadband to access to the Internet connection. 2. Students surf Internet mostly about 5- 8 hours per day to search for educational information, facebook, E-mail and entertainment. 3. Students do not satisfied with the Wifi connection in UMSKAL. 4. Most of the students think that the main tower and library have the fastest Wifi connection in UMSKAL. 5. Students wish that the authority can upgrade the Wifi and allow them to have streamxy in their hostel in order for their convenient in completing the assignments Result: All respondents, which is 100% are not satisfied with the UMSKAL’s Wifi. 6. Which place has the fastest Wifi connection in UMSKAL? 5.Reasons of Unsatisfaction with UMSKAL's Wifi Internet speed appears to be slow when there are many people sharing the same router. This can be overcame by upgrading current internet plan to a better one or use better router which can support more connections. Besides, allocate more routers or access points would be alternatives to support mass users. Respondents LOUIS NGU MING CHUNG BI11110069 LAU KEN KIAM BI11110058 WEE SEE DEE BI11110168 TAN LI LI BI11110153 PROBLEMS & SOLUTION Result:40% state that slow in speed and weak in signals.20% say that slow in speed is the cause.13.3% state that slow in speed, weak in signals and facilities of routers and cabling are too old.13.3% state that slow in speed, weak in signals, position of routers is not strategic and facilities of routers and cabling are too old.6.7% unsatisfied with the speed of internet and the position of the routers.3.3% says that weak in signals is the reason.3.3% says that slow in speed, weak in signals, position of routers is not strategic Result: There are 11 respondents, which is 36.7% spend 5-8 hours per day to surf the Internet whereas 10 respondents, which is 33.3% spend 3-5 hours per day. Total of 5 respondents, which is 16.7% spend more than 8 hours per day to online while only 4 respondents, which is 13.3% spend less than 3 hours per day. 30% state that main tower.30% state that library.13.3% state that library’s café.6.7% state that main tower and library.3.3% say that alpha 2 .3.3% say that beta 7 .3.3% say that library and library’s cafe . 3.3% state that main tower and beta 6.3.3% say that library, cafe and alpha 1.3.3% say that main tower, podium, beta 6 & 8 Analysis 4. Do you satisfy with the UMSKAL’s Wifi? Result: There are 11 respondents, which is 36.7% use broadband to access to Internet connection, 5 respondents, which is 16.7% use UMSKAL’s Wifi whereas 4 respondents, which is 13.3% use mobile data. Total of 7 respondents, which is 23.3% use UMSKAL’s Wifi and broadband to access to Internet connection, 1 respondent, which is 3.3% use UMSKAL’s Wifi and mobile data while 2 respondents, which is 6.7% use UMSKAL’s Wifi, Mobile Data and broadband. 2. How often do you surf the Internet? 7. What actions do you wish authority to take to solve the Wifi’s problem? Recommendations ~To gathered all information and figure out the best solutions for upgrading the Wi-Fi for the convenience of the students Position of router seems to be not strategic. After some of our investigations, we found that if routers are placed at higher grounds, signal could be better. This could be the reason why the signal of internet from router is so weak when people at higher floors could not get internet signals from router placed on ground floor. Available routers and cablings too old and fracturing signs appeared. Therefore, replacing the old one with a new one and up-to-date router is a must in order to improve overall performances or else it would be useless even if speed is upgraded. ~ 10 students from year 1 ~ 10 students from year 2 ~ 10 students from year 3 Most of the students requested to apply own streamyx in order to gain a smooth connection to the internet for themselves. For the sake of many students, owning a private streamyx might help to reduce the problems and inconveniences caused due to poor Wi-Fi connections. 30% primarily search for educational information, E-mail, facebook and entertainment .16.7% search for facebook.10% search for E-mail, facebook and entertainment. 10% look for educational information and facebook. 6.7% look for educational information, facebook and entertainment. 6.7% search for educational information. 3.3% online just for entertainment. 3.3% search for educational information and entertainment. 3.3% search for facebook and Email 1. How do you frequently access to Internet connection in UMSKAL? AIMS 30% wish to upgrade the Wifi and allow students to have streamxy in hostel.30 % request to upgrade the Wifi.13.3% wish authority to upgrade the Wifi, allow students to have streamxy and reposition the routers.6.7% request to upgrade the Wifi

Networking Presentation

Transcript: First things first... Why are we here? We know that Team Rocket has needs that cannot be met by Bill's existing network. Reliability and Security Transfer Pokemon anytime, anywhere with ease. Well maintained, expandable. Can handle multiple Pokemon at once. A Packet lost, is a Pokemon lost Subnet #1 Existing PC lan Network Address 192.168.3.0/27 Hosts Required 28 Subnet Mask 255.255.255.224 Hosts Available 30 Default Gateway 192.168.3.30 Network Address First Host Last Host Broadcast Address 192.167.3.0 192.168.3.1 192.168.3.30 192.168.3.31 Rob is the field engineer Subnet #2 Future PC LAN Network Address 192.168.3.32/27 Hosts Required 28 Subnet Mask 255.255.255.224 Hosts Available 30 Default Gateway Network Address First Host Last Host Broadcast Address 192.167.3.32 192.168.3.33 192.168.3.62 192.168.3.63 Wait! Who is RamRod? -Youngster Brad- -Super Nerd Logan- Our ISP router in Pewter is connected to the secondary router in Cerulean They will be connected over a wide area network Subnet #4 Future ISP LAN Network Address 192.168.3.80/28 Hosts Required 7 Subnet Mask 255.255.255.240 Hosts Available 14 Default Gateway Network Address First Host Last Host Broadcast Address 192.167.3.80 192.168.3.81 192.168.3.94 192.168.3.95 Subnet #1 He will go over the technical aspects of our system .:Fire Breather Rob:. Good question! Well the other two subnets (2 and 4) are there to ensure growth! -Hiker Clarence- Hes not here because there isn't any! Its right there IP addressing Schemes The RAMROD solution: .:BugCatcher Kyle:. Costs Ahem... He will conclude our presentation and highlight further plans and competitors Subnet #5 Existing WAN Point-to-Point Network Address 192.168.3.96/30 Hosts Required 2 Subnet Mask 255.255.255.252 Hosts Available 2 Default Gateway Network Address First Host Last Host Broadcast Address 192.167.3.96 192.168.3.97 192.168.3.98 192.168.3.99 Our Server is placed in Mt. Moon which we felt was appropriate as it is located in a secure and remote location, free of meddling Trainers. Our ISP will reside in Pewter This gives us a convienient location from which we can connect to our secure server in Mt. Moon AND THATS ALL FOLKS! :) He will discuss the locations of the physical network Subnet #5 Logan is the Research Engineer He will discuss the logical addressing of the network He will go over why you need us. WHOS THAT POKEMON?!?!? Team Ram-"Giovanni"-Rod presents... To build a network that meets your needs and blasts above and beyond the stars to meet the needs of our investors. Brad is the System Admin and team leader Subnet #3 What happened to the two other subnets? Clarence will talk about potential issues. Subnet #2 will be used if we decide to expand into other towns or for future technological growth Subnet #3 Existing ISP LAN Network Address 192.168.3.64/28 Hosts Required 14 Subnet Mask 255.255.255.240 Hosts Available 14 Default Gateway 192.168.3.78 Network Address First Host Last Host Broadcast Address 192.167.3.64 192.168.3.65 192.168.3.78 192.168.3.79 Chris is the Risk Management Exec. .:Ace Trainer Chris:. This subnet will be able to support up to 28 PC's and end devices, more than enough for Kanto's cities. Currently, the PC's in Saffron and Veridian are directly connected to the switch in Celedon Subnet #4 will be used if we decide to expand routing options Kyle is the Marketing Exec. Networking the Kanto Region bills House

Networking Presentation

Transcript: Exit strategically Networking by Colors Know your strengths. Recap Please Do! Stay positive with your posts and comments. Be mindful of what industries and trends you are following and connected with. Areas of improvement: Green: Color Q Recap Create an online version of your firm-handshake,groomed appearance & well-spoken manner The Pre-Game Be Active! Remember: Positive feedback What could you work on? What advice would you give your coworkers? 5 Steps to Successful Networking on Social Media Networking Tips for Extroverts Networking Tips for Introverts Have no FEAR! This is your CAREER! Red: 6 Blues, 25 Golds, 6 Greens, 5 Reds Practice Makes Perfect Networking Contact people in advance Activity 2 Keep it current and consistent among sites. Some sites require more depth than others. Preparation The Art of Conversation The Main Event Eye contact Firm handshake Listen when appropriate Talk when appropriate Have fun! Let's Begin Can foresee mutual benefits for all connections Present confidence and clarity Use social media to support the effort #2. Set-up & Clean Up Bridge multiple networks Bring value to people first #1. Identify Your Sites Areas of improvement: Prepare thoughtful questions/convo starters Research companies Bio/Background/Experience Friends, Family, Co-Workers, Former Employers, etc. The goal is to build your network Keep the focus on them/adjust your mindset Speak thoughtfully Activity 1 Ask for recommendations Volunteering at the event Gold: If you think you are better off without social media, you could be missing out! Please Don't. Know your end goal. Your personality #5. Don't Avoid it! Offer a firm handshake Maintain eye contact Smile Be genuine Listen Be prepared Blue: Introverts (23) The entire Credit Dept. of 42 people took part in the Color Q test while 32 are now in the LDP. -Showing an interest in the personal aspects of the individuals Color Q - Green/Red Introduction to Networking The more connections the more opportunities Stay focused on the speaker BRANDING YOURSELF Color Q - Gold / Blue Remember at the Main Event: DON'T AVOID Social Media! In Closing: Connecting Others Try to get one of every color in each group. Define Use technology to your advantage. We are at a networking event for young professionals in your area Break into 3 groups. Networking plays to strengths A journey of social & professional development -Relationship management and follow up #3. Start Connecting! Call to Action Practice, Practice, Practice Identify What Social Media Sites You Will Use Bring an extroverted 'Wingman' Feeling ready? Go ahead and go! Here are some local networking events in the next couple of weeks. Share the spotlight Comments Why should I care? Ask for information Go behind the scenes You will have 10 minutes to meet 3 people you don't know Be digitally social and proactive Instinctively are in the right place at the right time Present themselves with flair and humor Can identify 'key players' of their targeted group -Enjoy the process, make it less "work" and more "fun" Be aware of your body language and tone Extroverts (19) If you have good judgement Remember that the first step on a long journey is always the hardest. Discuss within your group what your thoughts were about networking based on color type. Set-Up Your New Accounts & Clean-Up Your Old Accounts Find your event -Setting priorities and follow through Get comfortable with a pause Focus on improving your weaknesses. Your writing skills The 3 A's Attire Attitude Arrival Fun facts Research attendees Start Connecting! Social Media can show: The Art of Conversation Networking will make the difference. Preparation Approach networking as a process Have a step-by-step plan Profile Pictures (Taylor, 2015, retrieved from www.linkedin.com) Follow the 60/40 rule #4. Be Active Your level of savvy Be shy Act/be distracted Drink too much Hit on someone Interrupt Misuse information Do your due diligence.

Networking Presentation

Transcript: 1. Formal Networks or Professional Organizations: Local Industry Associations, job clubs, Alumni Groups. 2.Informal Network Includes: Classmates, Friends, Relatives, and Acquaintances. 3.Additional Networking Bankers, Brokers, Insurance Agents, Doctors, Lawyers. 4. 45 second elevator speech based on your resume and highlights -Try to set up informational interviews with people on your list of target firms and corporations. -Always ask for names. www.learn2earnfresno.org Yes, it can be stressful!!!! :S Gym What is Networking? Joining Professional Groups AIN'T NOBODY GOT TIME FOR DAT!! Make a list of people you know Family members Friends Neighbors Coworkers Colleagues Other job seekers Be on the lookout! YOUR MOST POWERFUL JOB SEARCH WEAPON NETWORKING Call Mike Stuart (from Special Topics Class) Continuing Self-Development Workshops -Be professional and polite. Approaches to Developing a Network -Prepare your list of questions before the interview. Set Goals for Yourself: It is time to be ORGANIZED! Lunch with Frank Joining Civic and Religious Organizations Create copies of correspondence with potential employers. Check list of target employeer, corporation, etc. Specific information about each person with whom you speak (e.g., personnel director at Smith and Smith, classmate) Organize your Contacts List! Networking is a powerful placement tool in personal development and also the best way to find a job! Networking consists on developing a system of contacts and resources to help you achieve your professional goals. The Informational Interview Attending Seminars and Workshops Stress can hamper effective communication by disrupting your capacity to think clearly, act appropriately and creatively. Xavier Martinez Organize your job search! Create a Placement File Maintaining Relationships with Classmates Keep seeking! Try to: 1.Recognize when you are becoming stressed 2.Take a moment to calm down 3.Find humor 4.Plan fun activities (walk on the beach, local park, going to the movies, family or friend reunions or exercise) Networking, Networking, Networking Volunteering in Community or Government Agencies -Call appropriate person. Short-term goals Contact an acquaintance for an informational interview. Get 20 minutes of exercise Long-term goals My informational interview will lead to a job offer. My daily exercise will make me look and feel fit and healthy. -Ask to schedule an appointment.

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