You never know what you are going to find when you set out on a path to find a new job. Allow the agencies to work with your data to give you the widest possible exposure but don’t expect individual treatment until you embark on a recruitment process (I.e. go for interview). Until then, your CV is purely a number in a huge pool of candidates and it’s the agency’s task to match it to potential opportunities.
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- Working the room tip 24: Look for connections in common
- Working the room tip 23: Get permission to sign someone up to your mailing list
- Working the room tip 22: Find out if they are happy to connect with you on LinkedIn
- Working the room tip 21: Write on a business card after meeting someone
- Working the room tip 20: Divide and conquer
- Working the room tip 19: Introduce yourself with impact
- Working the room tip 18: Find ways to ‘give’ into a new relationship
- Working the room tip 17: Exit from conversations gracefully
- Working the room tip 16: Make eye contact and smile
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