Five ways to improve your networking skills for your next conference

Prepare yourself to get the most out of your next event

Need to brush up on your networking skills as you prepare for your next conference?

Here are several pointers and pieces of practical advice to help you get the most out of your next conference.
At your next conference, be it an industry or an academic event, you know that you really want to get more out of the conference through networking, and not just at the “networking slots.” Here are five approaches you can adopt to help you do this:-

1.  Don’t be shy.

2.  Know yourself first

3.  Know what you want and have a plan for getting it

4.  Have a plan for when to follow up

5.  Network, network, network!

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Diana Hayes
A key part of the team, Diana is achievement-oriented, forward-thinking and strategic in creating a high-yielding network of interested academics, universities and related associations. Her research and content have created genuine engagement amongst both candidates and employers resulting in a network of 250,000 academics. Diana’s experience is in sales, marketing, event management and business development.

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