#SquadGoals: The Importance of Networking Across in Your Career

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Hey Career Girl Nation! 

Today I’m coming at you with another episode about networking.

I want to talk about the importance of networking across. This is something that is often overlooked when it comes to networking. People are quick to network up--looking to people who are above them in their careers. But I want to talk about why you should be networking across.

This episode is inspired by an interview that Issa Rae did. In this interview, she talked about networking with people on the same level as her. People who were ‘in the trenches’ at the same time, and how that helped elevate her career. This is networking across!

In today’s episode, I’m talking about how you can strategically place yourself around people who are on the same level as you, and how to make this an important part of your networking plan.

If you’re ready to get serious about networking, then you don’t want to miss episode 33!

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Episode Gems You Don't Want to Miss:

Links mentioned in this episode:

  • Get your free Salary Exploration Call. If you’re a top-performing woman ready to climb the corporate ladder and increase your salary, then I want to talk to you! Schedule your Salary Exploration Call so we can chat about how I can take your career and salary to the next level.

  • One of my favorite quotes, ‘A Rising Tide Lifts All Boats’.

  • The Issa Rae interview where she talks about the importance of networking with people on your level, and how that helped her career.

  • Episode 17: How to Leverage Relationships to Get Ahead in Your Career.

  • Episode 22: How to Create Your Overwhelmingly Successful 2018 Career Strategy.

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