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Networking effectively online is key for young people seeking their next role, wanting to learn more about industry trends, or make meaningful connections. Job and life advice for young professionals. But what ly took place face-to-face in local meetups, alumni gatherings, industry conferences, and happy hours is now largely confined to video due to the global pandemic. Still, effective networking online is key for young people seeking their next role — possibly a remote job, given broader industry trends and permanent WFH announcements from major companies like Facebook and Twitter.
LinkedIn may be your best shot at expanding your network while so many people are WFH. Sure, it may lack the light-hearted user experience of other social platforms, but it offers the opportunity to track trends, make meaningful connections, and maintain a curated digital that recruiters and potential employers can easily access and review. The problem is, while LinkedIn shows promise for early career professionals too, few are using it well — especially when it comes to outreach.
Think deeply about the kind of guidance you want and then identify the most relevant person to approach. Tim Herrera , founding editor of Smarter Living at The New York Times , recommends being straightforward and transparent to improve your chances of receiving a reply. Erica, your professional journey really stood out to me. I would really appreciate a brief call at your convenience. When making this kind of request, put yourself in the shoes of the receiver and try to answer this question for them up front: Why is this person contacting me?
If someone I help then pays it forward by assisting others in their own circles, that makes the investment worth it. In other words: always mention a referral if you have one. The professional you reach out to could, for example, be a teammate who works closely with the role in question, or the person who would be the immediate supervisor.
Hi Cameron, I saw that your company is recruiting a marketing assistant. Do you have a few minutes to speak with me about it in the next week or two? Before sending an invitation to connect, investigate whether or not someone might be interested in serving as a mentor. Johnson found her longtime mentor on LinkedIn. Divya, your posts on edtech in the STEM education forum have been really thought-provoking! Would you be open to chatting about this? Would you be the right person to ask about one of the technical requirements?
Let me know if I could send an your way. According to an old Chinese proverb, the best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago; the second-best time is now. Andreas Klinger , a serial entrepreneur and investor in remote-first capital, recommended playing the long game. Others may also indicate the best way for you to contact them, which will up your chances of hearing back. Growth of any kind involves some risk. You have 2 free article s left this month.
You are reading your last free article for this month. Subscribe for unlimited access. Managing yourself. Five conversation starters and sample messages. on Managing yourself or related topic Networking. Kristi DePaul is a writer, speaker and global citizen who is passionate about technology and education as vehicles for upward social mobility and access to greater opportunities.
She has written over articles and blog posts on the remote work landscape, and her work has been cited in research reports from international think tanks and universities. She is founder and principal at Nuanced, a thought leadership firm focused on the future of learning and the future of work, and serves as CEO of Founders Marketing , a fully remote content marketing company.
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