Business continues to leverage relationships and is grounded in results. What are you doing to foster business relationships while getting the work done?
Here are a number of activities you might want to consider:
Mentoring – Many professional associations connect professionals at all stages of their careers with a mentor. Mentoring can be an invaluable way to learn from others in your profession and organization.
Join a professional association – If you are not a member of your professional association, this may be a great time to join. Many hosts ongoing professional development activities at no or low fee, while others may host Virtual speed networking rounds.
Join a LinkedIn or Facebook group – Whether it’s connecting in for conversation or connecting in to take action in something like a Challenge, joining a social media group can connect you in with core topics of importance. I recently held the Stand Out Virtually challenge and was amazed to see the progress people made during the challenge.
Take an online learning course – There are a variety of courses different providers offer. I continue to offer several courses which are approved for International Coach Federation Continuing Coach Education Units – including Group Coaching Essentials and Virtual Facilitation Essentials. In addition to skill development, online learning courses often connect you in with others with a keen interest.
What are you looking to learn this year? What connections are you looking to foster?
Which activities might you consider?
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