Personal Development - Test Seven - How effective are you as a networker?
This test is designed to help you identify how effective you are as a networker and is based on the work of Michael Dulworth. It should take about 5 to 10 minutes to complete.
Before you answer the questions below, take some time to list all the people in your network . Your network consists of two primary types:
1) personal network and
Each plays a role in determining your networking effectiveness. Your personal network is made up of your family, extended family, school friends, contacts, and lifelong friends. It also comprises your active friends (people you see face-to-face at least once a month) and people from your local area, clubs, voluntary organisations and community. Your professional network includes contacts from previous jobs, colleagues from other organisations, contacts in your current organization and contacts in any professional association. Obviously, these networks overlap. You may be close friends with a work colleague, or a family member may help you make a professional connection.
Answer the questions below and then click submit.
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