Carol Cox on the What Works Podcast: Finding Your Personal Networking Style (Ep. 185)

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I had the pleasure of being on the What Works podcast with Tara McMullin – episode 185.

Tara asked myself and three other members of The What Works Network to share what works for us when it comes to expanding our networks and nurturing relationships with colleagues.

We each have our own spin on the type of relationships we value, how we put ourselves in the best position to take advantage of our relationships, and what puts us at ease when talking business with others.

Listen to the episode and read the show notes here: https://cocommercial.co/networking/

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