My professional network consistently helps me achieve my goals more quickly than I could achieve on my own.
My professional network includes people with a wide range of professional skills.
When I need a favor (assistance or advice) after business hours, I have people who will gladly make time to help me.
When I’m working on an important goal, I take time to look through my existing professional network for people who can help me.
Even when I’m not in a professional setting, I’m constantly looking for new connections with other professionals.
When I want to meet someone, I find someone in my existing network who will introduce me.
For each of my key professional relationships, I know at least three pieces of personal information (such as birthdays, spouse's name, significant other's name, children’s names, recent vacations, etc.).
For each of my key professional relationships, I know their professional goals and objectives.
I pay particular attention to my coworkers’ lives.
When I ask for help, I make it easy for the person to say yes.
When I make an investment in a professional relationship, I have a clear purpose in mind.
People often tell me that they value my unique insights and particular expertise.
I proactively stay connected with people within my network.
I have a strategy for managing my professional relationships.
I consistently set aside time to assess the quality of my professional relationships.
Before I ask someone for help, I make sure that I’ve helped them first.
I’m comfortable asking others to help me achieve my professional goals.
I am willing to go out of my way to help other business professionals achieve their goals.
Which of the following options most accurately describes your role at work?
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