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Networking: A Long-Term Management Strategy
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  • Andra Gumbus, Sacred Heart University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
5-1-2003
Abstract
As we face a changing health-care landscape of mergers and acquisitions during these tough economic times, it is more important than ever to cultivate a network of individuals who can assist you in your career development efforts. How do you manage your career in a shrinking economy? What is networking and how can you use it to enhance your career and professional competencies? Many myths surround the networking process; this article clarifies those misperceptions and tells you the truth about networking and the positive results you can achieve. Networking can be used to get a new job, but it has much wider application as a long-term career management strategy. Learn how you can manage your own career while building professional relationships and coaching your employees.
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Published: Gumbus, Andra. "Networking: A Long-Term Management Strategy." Clinical Leadership and Management Review 17.3 (2003): 151-155.

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Gumbus, Andra. "Networking: A Long-Term Management Strategy." Clinical Leadership and Management Review 17.3 (2003): 151-155.