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When you think networking, you may assume it occurs outside your company. But some of the best mingling results when employees with common interests exchange ideas and give support. Examples: Invite coworkers who share your professional or personal interests to meet regularly. Propose ways for your employer to tap your group’s expertise. For instance, when AT&T’s marketers target a demographic group such as people with disabilities, they may ask the firm’s employee network of disabled workers for input.
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