Between dealing with new patient protocols, managing health care professionals whose worlds are wobbling out of control, and even coping with all the changes to your personal life, networking might be taking a lower priority in your world right now. Unfortunately, that's the exact opposite of what you need. Your network has the answers to many of the challenges you are facing and, unless you take a proactive role in the process, it will begin to evaporate, taking all the resources you need with it. Greg Peters, the Reluctant Networker, has a few ideas that can help you build your connections even if you can't be in front of them right now.
Greg Peters, The Reluctant Networker
Have you ever felt a little “reluctant” when it comes to networking? Greg Peters understands. A computer programmer by training, he was the original reluctant networker. Through study, practice, and lots of trial and error, he has been able to transform himself into a true networking professional, using the skills he learned to build a thriving Web development business.
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