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C. federal watchdog where he’ll focus on health care Thacker will also target environmental topics such as the Obama Administration’s response to the oil spill he tells ScienceInsider Every single roundup of career advice out there talks about the importance of networking Less talked-about but just as important is doing it correctly You might think you’re doing all the right things by hanging out near the boss at the sales retreat or passing out your business card to everybody you meet at the trade show reception but in reality bad networking technique can do as much damage to your career as not networking at all Here are some common pitfalls experts warn against falling into Relying on online social networks Yes LinkedIn and its ilk can be a great way to further your network but the point of networking is to actually you know meet people James Jeffries director of career development at Bard College at Simons Rock says this is a mistake young workers especially need to be conscious of since they grew up having simultaneous online and real-life relationships “As networking becomes synonymous with online networking… they can neglect the importance of actually meeting up with people for coffee making a phone call or showing up at an event So far online connections have not supplanted these traditional interactions” he says Staying in your comfort zone Mingling with others at corporate industry or alumni functions isn’t going to be nearly as effective if you just hang out with people you know Yes it’s a good idea to catch up with acquaintances but unless you push yourself out of your comfort zone and meet new people you’re limiting the effectiveness of your networking says Amanda Augustine job search expert at mobile career network TheLadders “Casual networking events at local watering holes can quickly turn into mini-reunions with the friends you already see on a regular basis” she says in a post on the company’s blog Augustine says you should set a goal of talking to three new people at every event you attend “They have the most potential to expand your network the furthest” she says Doing the business-card “drive-by” Some people take the other extreme when it comes to networking They’re so determined to meet as many new people as possible that they have it down to a science: A quick introduction handshake and then they’re pushing their business card into the person’s palm and moving on before the other person can catch their breath “Networking is not a race to distribute as many business cards or get as many cards as possible” career coach Yvonne Ruke Akpoveta advises on the blog of her consulting firm OliveBlue To be effective networking needs to be about relationship building not card collecting It’s not and will never be just a numbers game Focusing on what’s in it for you “Networking can be described as the process of interacting or engaging in communication with others for mutual assistance or support” Akpoveta says The mutual part is key here If you’re always asking what somebody can do for you it’s going to get old quick Find out what the other person needs or is interested in and make that happen “We need to change our mindset from focusing on not just what we can get but to also what we can give” Akpoveta says If you’re known as a person who can deliver people are more likely to remember you and more likely to reciprocate when you’re the one asking for a favor or a referral Not following up This sounds like a no-brainer but how many of us have been rifling through a desk drawer and stumbled across the business card of someone who would make a great contact if only you’d emailed them back when you met them months ago “Think of each networking event as a speed dating exercise” Augustine says “If you get someones phone number but never call them afterwards the evening was a waste” Shoot off a quick note following your meeting It doesn’t have to be elaborate: Just say “Hi it was great meeting you I wanted to make sure you had my contact info too because I’d like to stay in touch” Even a brief email can get the ball rolling Contact us at [email protected] President Muhammadu Buhari has declared that monetary policies alone cannot solve Nigeria’s current economic challenges Buhari said this on Thursday while speaking at the opening session of the 2016 annual meeting of the Association of African Central Banks at the Head Quarters of the Central Bank of Nigeria CBN in Abuja Speaking on the theme: “Unwinding Unconventional Monetary Policies: Implications for Monetary Policy and Financial Stability in Africa” the President explained that with the effective balancing of monetary and fiscal policy measures the desired economic growth will be achieved According to the President “The region is confronted with several global and domestic economic challenges Most worrisome is the slowdown in growth; weakening global demand; rising inflation; restrictions in capital flows; rising debt levels; increased exchange rate volatility and depleting external reserves “Those of us who rely on only natural resources such as Nigeria Angola South Africa and Mozambique have been hit the hardest “Faced with these challenges African Central Banks have been at their best in keeping African economies afloat through proactive and effective combination of conventional and innovative monetary policies “We fully understand that monetary policy alone is not sufficient to bring about desired economic growth We must carefully balance monetary and fiscal policy measures” A civil society group Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project has told the Minister of Finance Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala to explain to Nigerians the whereabouts of the N30tn allegedly stolen under her watch The group in a letter to the Minister on Monday asked her to within 14 days account for the alleged missing sum or face a legal action SERAP’s demand followed the allegation by a former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria Prof Chukwuma Soludo that not less than N30tn “had been missing or stolen or unaccounted for or simply mismanaged” under Okonjo-Iweala’s watch as the Minister of Finance In the letter signed by its Executive Director Adetokunbo Mumuni SERAP said Nigerians had the right to know the whereabouts of the said money as it “represented some accrueable income to the Federal Government in the past four years” It said in line with the Freedom of Information Act “your ministry has a legal duty to render account on the missing N30tn to the beneficiaries (Nigerians) of the trust if and when called upon to do so” judging from recent discussions on Rockey’s blog and the DrugMonkey blog. the panel said, Nearly 17% of emergency medical service (EMS) workers who responded to the 9/11 terrorist attacks display symptoms of depression and 7% show signs of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)," McKibben said. 2014. 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