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“I finally found a new job after nearly two years. When should I start networking for my next job,” asks Roger of Winter Park, Florida?

Roger, you mean you stopped?


Roger, you mean you stopped?

Roger has asked a great question, one that is frequently overlooked in career management discussions. 

In a recent informal survey, 40 senior executives who recently completed a job transition said their biggest career mistake – and regret – was not devoting more time to strategic networking on an ongoing basis – every week, every month.  The most common comment?  Not appreciating the importance of maintaining a robust networking effort, even they were not in the job market. 

Looking for a management or executive job is a complex, challenging process. Without a network to provide actionable business intelligence or an actual job referral, finding a job becomes that much more difficult.