How Networking and Workplace Relationship Can Help You and Your Career

Networking and Workplace Relationship help career

Networking is a term that describes the process of establishing a mutually beneficial, cordial and friendly relationship with colleagues and other people in the workplace and beyond. It’s a fact that apart from usual official engagements, people in the workplace also relate and network with each other in an interpersonal fashion. This networking helps create and foster friendship, affability and warmth in the organization, and networking works! Recent researches have revealed that about 65% to 80% of all jobs are found through networking.

Networking helps you learn from others

Networking can be very helpful to your career. The idea behind networking and workplace relationship building is to develop a network of friendly people who share information to help each other in their job and official assignments. Many times, in completing assigned tasks, employees share ideas and discuss amongst themselves to arrive at the best option of meeting expectation; this is fostered by solid network and relationship between members.

Networking is a strategy for job hunting
Networking is also one of the best known strategies for opening the hidden job market, for getting a good job. Because many jobs (if not most) are not advertised, it is essential that you develop friendly relationships with people who can tip you off to job openings, training opportunities and so on, perhaps even introduce you to the person who is doing the hiring. There is some truth in: "It's not just what you know, but who you know also."

Creating a community of supporters
Through networking, you create a community of people who support each other, who provide emotional support and information that will help each other. You will learn of new developments in your field: new tools, processes, leaders, training programs, products and services. You may discover the solution to a problem you face at work. And, you may have the satisfaction of providing the key piece of information that makes a real difference in the life of one of those in your network.

Networking creates opportunities
People get prompt information about businesses and other empowerment opportunities via their network. Connecting to people and engaging with your community are sure ways to create opportunities for your career, business and studies.

Network to get connected to the top
It’s a fact that the people in top government stratum like presidents, governors, ministers, commissioners etc. and captains of industries were at some point in their lives roommates, colleagues, friends and acquaintances of some people. If the relationships were properly handled at that time, those people can (and will) have easier access to them now, thus creating huge opportunities for them.

See you at the top .... Thank you...

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