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  • 6 valuable tips for networking
  • Networking becomes significantly easier when
    you understand what it entails and what it takes
    to succeed at it. Jumia Travel, the leading online
    travel agency, shares 6 valuable tips for
    networking.


    Begin Networking Before You Need It

    Desperation has an aura that can easily be
    discerned, as a result it might be counter-
    productive to begin zealous networking efforts at
    the hour of your greatest need. You can end up
    putting people off because people can sense
    when someone is only out to use them and help
    himself/herself. Networking when you aren’t
    desperate and have no immediate ulterior
    motives, can help you build better relationships
    and a good reputation for being friendly and
    generous rather than desperate and self-serving.


    Plan Before Hand

    This is a very important tip, especially if
    networking isn’t exactly your strong suite.
    Laying down clear details of the talents,
    strengths, skill sets and connections that you
    have and can take advantage of to enhance your
    networking efforts can make networking much
    easier for you. You should be sure of the things
    you can talk about with people at the event, and
    prepare for a case where you might be taken by
    surprise and have to comment on things you
    might not initially have prepared for. In addition,
    consider how you can also be of help to these
    people, don’t only consider how you can get
    them to help you.


    Avoid Arriving Late

    When you arrive early to a networking event, it’s
    calmer and quieter at the beginning. People have
    not yet settled into groups so it’s easier to
    mingle with everyone and find conversation
    partners.


    Let Your Personal Agenda Take a Back Seat

    The fact that you are networking for self-serving
    purposes doesn’t mean you should be blatant
    about it. Let your personal agenda take a back
    seat to building actual relationships with people.
    Be open, friendly and honest; make connections
    with people that will make it easier for them to
    remember you and want to help you, without
    you even asking directly.


    Follow Up

    If you promise to do something for someone at
    a networking event, do it. Follow up and follow
    through with it. People will value you for this
    and you’ll unknowingly begin to build a
    reputation for consistency and reliability. So, if
    you told someone you’ll call, call the person. If
    you promised to introduce someone to the
    person, take the time to do it.


    Understand the Value of Networking

    The true value of networking comes in being
    able to help others as much as you want to be
    helped. If you understand this and practise it
    well, networking will become a more than
    valuable business tool for you. Keep this at the
    back of your mind every time you make a
    networking effort.

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