Social Networking: Traditional and Virtual

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Slides from a presentation for the National Nuclear Security Administration's Summer Student Intern Program. Provides an overview of "Never Eat Alone" by Keith Ferrazzi and "Good in a Room" by Stephanie Palmer. Includes tips for applying these principles to LinkedIn and Twitter as well.

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Social Networking: Traditional and Virtual

  1. 1. Understanding / Utilizing Your Network Andrew P. Krzmarzick Senior Project Coordinator Graduate School Andrew.Krzmarzick@graduateschool.edu http://generationshift.blogspot.com 202-821-6288 @krazykriz
  2. 2. Taking “Me” Out of Memorable  Connect: Talk to 5 people in the room  Ask: “What do you really love to do?”  Now: What was most memorable?
  3. 3. Taking “Me” Out of Memorable  Develop: strong, memorable introduction.  Remember: it isn’t about you!  Decide: others are more important.
  4. 4. Agenda  Networking  Action Plan  Old School  10 Things  New School  3 Top Actions  Back to School  1 This Week
  5. 5.  Stop Networking  Control Your Introduction  Do What You Love
  6. 6.  Good People to Know  Cultivate VIPs  Nurture Your Inner Circle
  7. 7.  Good People to Know  Set the Bar High  Diversity
  8. 8.  Cultivate VIPs  Respect, Like, Trust  Choose Wisely (10 Tops)
  9. 9.  Nurture Your Inner Circle  100% You, 24/7  No Competition
  10. 10. 1. The Mind-Set 2. The Skill Set 3. Connections to Compatriots 4. Trading Up, Giving Back
  11. 11. 1. The Mind-Set • Give More Than You Get • Be Bold and Audacious • Built It Before You Need It
  12. 12. 2. The Skill Set • Make a List • Do Your Homework • Follow-Up
  13. 13. 1. Connections to Compatriots • Health, Wealth and Children • Don’t Wait, Just Do It • Pinging – All the Time
  14. 14. 4. Trading Up, Giving Back • Mentors: Get One, Be One • Create a Community • Know When to Say When
  15. 15. 4. Trading Up, Giving Back • Mentors: Get One, Be One • Create a Community • Know When to Say When
  16. 16. 1. Focused, active engagement. 2. The more you give, the more you receive. 3. It’s okay to limit access (if it ties to your goal). 4. Establish outcomes and a vision for your future. 5. Bigger is not always better (in groups).
  17. 17. WIN FRIENDS 1. Be unique, but be yourself 2. Participate in conversation 3. Provide value to a community 4. Attract loyal followers 5. Mix microsharing with other outlets TWINFLUENCE PEOPLE 6. Find the influencers 7. Become an authority 8. Be creative 9. Reward with shout-outs 10. Always have fun
  18. 18. Action Plan  Narrow: Select your Top 3 Ideas  Ask: “What will I do within one week?”  Determine: Commit to action.
  19. 19. For More Information: Andrew Krzmarzick Senior Project Coordinator (202) 821-6288 Andrew.Krzmarzick@graduateschool.edu GraduateSchool.edu Thank You! GenerationShift.blogspot.com IAmPublicsService.org Twitter.com/krazykriz LinkedIn.com/in/AndrewKrzmarzick Delicious.com/akrzmarzick Slideshare.net/akrzmarzick

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