Read This Book Before Your Next EHS Conference or Interview

Everything you need to know for an EHS conference is in the cloth bag they hand you at registration, right? During an interview, the goal is to make yourself interesting?

Wrong.

In “The Power of Who: You Already Know Everyone You Need to Know“, Bob Beaudine writes about the power of relationships. As the leader of a sports and entertainment executive recruiting firm, Beaudine knows his stuff.

Here are a few highlights:

o Why networking does not work.

o You cannot really have 3,000 meaningful connections on LinkedIn.

o Friends on Facebook? They might be friendly, but unless you barbeque with them, they aren’t friends.

o Friends help you sing and acquaintances wish you well.

o Men over 35 stop making friends and those over 60 start deleting friends.

o The rule of 100/40 and how to make it work for you.

o What the top 1 percent of income earners know about family and friends.

Read this book. For those looking to really improve, pick up the workbook as well!

 

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