Thursday, December 31, 2009

PMLL Episode 0086 Open Forum – A Question not asked is a door not opened (PMJobShop)

Notes and Podcast info from the Conference Call:
Topic: Open Forum – A Question not asked is a door not opened (PMJobShop) founder and PM Best Practices host: Henry Will, PMP PMJobShop host: Scott Percival
Presenter: Scott Percival

Date of Conference Call: 12Nov2009
Podcast Number: 0086

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One of the aspects of networking that I learned to appreciate is the incredible knowledge of others and how willing they are to help if only asked. Most conference calls the conversation center around 2-3 individuals. When I review the call log I find 20 people who prefer to listen and learn. Tonight is an open forum to ask those on the call about their experiences with the job search. What is working and what has not. Talking to others that are sharing similar issues will stimulate the discovery of new questions, new possibilities and may guide you towards the next steps in your job search. It has helped me to resolve problems, plan next steps, and invigorate my thought process. Think of this as high powered brain storming. The sum of the many is greater then the one. It is questions that have the most power to open doors and your mind to fresh thinking, new possibilities, and innovative solutions.

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