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Communication strategies and networking VISION ACTION NETWORKING Maria.firstname.lastname@example.org
Communication strategies:Vision Gives energy Facilitate focus Enables others to know where you are going A vision is a peg to hang your communication on
Communication strategies:Vision More and better jobs A prosperous Europe for all
Communication strategies:Action If you say that you want to have a dialogue – show that you mean it
Communication strategies:Action If you say that it is important to listen – show it
Communication strategies:Action Invite people to share their stories
Information strategies: Networking You have a better dialogue with people you know
Information strategies: Networking All good networks are: Informal Built on mutual interest Volontary Sharing a joke is a good way to netwok
Conclusions You need a vision in your communication strategy Show that you are serious about your intentions All good networks are informal
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