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College of Extended Learning

Networking and Mentorship in Business

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Making meaningful connections can be critical to professional success. Although many find networking to be difficult, it is a learned skill that can improve with technique and practice.

This course introduces techniques and strategies for networking, finding mentors, and attracting sponsors, as well as common anxieties and obstacles that people face when trying to expand their professional connections. It highlights the ways that networking can be both particularly difficult and especially important for women in business.

In this course, you will learn:

  • Principles of networking
  • Networking challenges many women face
  • Available networking tools and resources, and how to use them
  • How to approach, build, maintain professional networks
  • Best and worst networking practices
  • What makes a meaningful mentoring relationship
  • Pitfalls of mentorship programs
  • The difference between mentorship and sponsorship
PDUs: 3 hours total
CEUs:
0.3 (contact hours - 3)

Price: $79 (USD)*

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