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Bhavna Toor, founder of Shenomics discusses the power of networking with Aparna Vedapuri Singh, Founder & Editor of Women’s Web.
Women’s Web is an online magazine and community for the thinking woman. It revolves around interesting and useful information for women on career development, managing work and family, successful women, entrepreneurship, women’s health and personal finances.
Networking isn’t just about going to events and collecting business cards or opportunistically trying to meet your short-term goals, but about building mutually beneficial relationships for the long-term that help you grow personally and professionally.
Networking has become absolutely essential for the aspiring woman – whether you are figuring out how to climb the corporate ladder, or getting more clients for your business.
Here’s a look at the power of networking for women – why is it so important for women? Do women do it differently than men? How can we network more effectively? These are just a few of the questions our Guest Mentor, Aparna Vedapuri Singh, delves into in this insightful Mentor Chat.
Aparna even has some useful tips for those of us who might be shy or hesitant to network!
Watch the video here.
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Bhavna Toor is the founder of Shenomics.com - a mindful leadership training and coaching platform
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