building your network

Have you checked in with your network lately?

Larry Wilson, LSW | Social Worker, Career Counselor

If you are like many busy people, contacting folks in your network is a task that can easily drop off the list unless your job responsibilities require it.

Regardless, there are three good reasons to check in with your network contacts every few months or so:

Make Google Work Better for You!

Larry Wilson, LSW | Social Worker, Career Counselor

Recently, I struck up a conversation with a man who was in the middle of a job search. Specifically, that day, he was trying to locate the email address of the hiring manager so that he could forward some materials outside of the standard job application workflow. So far, he had not been successful. However, by pooling our knowledge, we were able to locate a professional registration page for the hiring manager. That page contained all the information he needed.