The Reluctant Networker

Giving you the tools and confidence to give networking a go

by Neil Munz-Jones


Many working professionals are 'Reluctant Networkers'. They do not like the thought of 'cold calling' friends of friends, joining networking clubs or going to networking events where they have to 'work' a room full of strangers. Written by a 'Reluctant Networker', this guide supports you in developing your networking skills in 'bite-size chunks' rather than having to do a complete makeover. By reading this book learn: -To view networking in a different, more positive light. -How networking can help your career goals. -The fundamental principles of good networking. -Numerous practical tips on how to network effectively. -How to get started based on your circumstances.

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“Think that networking could help your career but put off by the thought of doing it? The Reluctant Networker shows you ways that you’ll find easier than you might think…” – Mike Cutt, Non-executive director, coach and former HR director of Thomas Cook, Boots and B&Q
“The Reluctant Networker dispels the myths around networking and forces you to confront your own demons about taking the subject seriously and committing to action.” – Ian Williams, former Head of Organisational Capability, Lloyds Banking Group and Executive Development Director, Henley Business School
“Most of my outplacement candidates find the idea of networking deeply depressing but this book makes it seem almost infectiously exciting! I think they will find it enjoyable and hugely helpful.” – Jonathan Mardall, Jonathan Mardall Consulting (Outplacement Services)

Author Biography

Neil Munz-Jones is the founder and a director of mdj2 associates, a management consultancy that works with clients in the retail and consumer sectors.

Bibliographic Information
  • Pub date: March 2016
  • English
  • 9781909116672
  • United Kingdom
  • Paperback
  • Primary Price: 9.99 GBP
  • Pages: 144
  • SRA Books
  • Readership: General
  • Publish State: Published
  • Edition: Second
  • Dimensions: 210 X 135 mm