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With professionals likely to change jobs many times throughout a career, the ability to make and maintain connections has never been more critical.

Love it or hate it, networking is a skill that helps you manage your personal brand, secure your next position, and keep you up-to-date. Try these tips from global networking specialist Robyn Henderson.


1. Change your mindset – it’s more about giving than receiving

Give in order to help another person, rather than with the expectation of getting something back immediately. Maybe you have a contact or some information you can share. Be sincere, as people can sniff self-interest a mile away.

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