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ngā Networking he huihuinga o te iwi ngaio. You will meet people at networking events who can help you find a job. Ako te wahi ki te kitea ngā me aha ki te mahi i te hui.

Networking events are gatherings of professional people. You will meet people at networking events who can help you find a job. Learn where to find events and what to do at an event.

two men talking- networking events

two men talking- networking events

He aha te mea he hui kōtuitui?

What is a networking event?

He takahanga Networking ngā pāpori mō te iwi nei e rapu mō ngā mahi me te iwi te faaiteraa i tohutohu mahi. He paetukutuku e korero koe te wahi e nga takahanga. Ka ite koe iti io ki te mahi koe ki ta ki te mea, aha ki te kawea mai ki a koutou, a me pehea ki te kōrero ki te iwi i mua i te haere koe. Ka taea hoki te kötuitui ipurangi me i te waea.

Networking events are social events for people who are looking for jobs and people sharing career advice. There are websites that tell you where the events are. You will feel less nervous if you practice what to say, what to bring with you, and how to talk to people before you go. You can also network online and by phone.

ngā kaupapa Networking taea ngā kupu, hakari, or “happy hours.” Happy hours are gatherings where people talk over drinks and food. Most events are in the afternoon or evening.

Networking events can include speeches, dinners, or “happy hours.” Happy hours are gatherings where people talk over drinks and food. Most events are in the afternoon or evening.

Networking events are usually for professional level jobs, but there are some events for all levels. hei tauira, career fairs are events where you may find many employers from one industry or one location. They come together in one space to find employees.

Networking events are usually for professional level jobs, but there are some events for all levels. For example, career fairs are events where you may find many employers from one industry or one location. They come together in one space to find employees.

Me pēhea te ki te kitea ngā whatunga

How to find networking events

  • Whakamahia te paetukutuku kōtuitui – websites including eventbrite.com a meetup.com. Ka taea e koe te tomo i roto i to koutou wāhitau, me te kitea kōwhiringa noa, me te cheap i roto i to koutou rohe.
  • Use a networking website – websites including eventbrite.com and meetup.com. You can enter in your address and find free and cheap options in your area.
  • Kimihia ngā whatunga rohe – you can look for networking events at community centers, hahi, pereoo, me karakia. Hei kitea he pokapū hapori wahi ranei o te karakia, Ka taea e koe te rapu ipurangi mō "pokapū hapori i roto i [koutou pa tata ranei]."Ranei e taea e koe kitea tō whare pukapuka ā-rohe a ui ki te whai ratou ngā.
  • Find networking events locally – you can look for networking events at community centers, churches, mosques, and synagogues. To find a community center or place of worship, you can search online for “community center in [your city or neighborhood].” Or you can find your local library and ask if they have events.

Getting ready for a networking event

Getting ready for a networking event

e kore e Whatunga ite tūturu ki a koutou, ki te kahore i mahia e koe i te reira i mua i. tangata ke whakaminenga taea ite fiemālie i te tuatahi. Kia mahara e whiwhi katoa māmā ki te mahi.

Networking may not feel natural to you if you haven’t done it before. Meeting strangers can feel uncomfortable at first. Remember that everything gets easier with practice.

Practice your elevator pitch

Practice your elevator pitch

An elevator pitch is information about yourself to say at a networking event. It is called an elevator pitch because it is short – you should be able to say it all while riding on an elevator! Kei roto te ware tou ingoa, koutou tikanga, a he aha ngā mahi e rapu ana koutou mo. E faahoho'a koutou ware kia mahara koe i te reira i te wa katoa. He ware pai-korerotia homai he mana'o nui tuatahi. Here he tauira:

An elevator pitch is information about yourself to say at a networking event. It is called an elevator pitch because it is short – you should be able to say it all while riding on an elevator! The pitch includes your name, your profession, and what jobs you are looking for. Practice your pitch so you remember it all the time. A well-rehearsed pitch gives a great first impression. Here are examples:

"Ko toku ingoa Juana. Ko ahau te kuia me kua mahi ahau mo 5 mau utuafare i roto i te Mexico. rapu ana ahau mo te mahi tango tiaki tonu wahi-wā ranei o tamariki o tetahi tau. "

“My name is Juana. I am a nanny and I have worked for 5 families in Mexico. I am looking for full or part-time work taking care of children of any age.”

"Ko toku ingoa Samir. Ko ahau he kaikaute ki 4 tau o te wheako i roto i ngā umanga haumi i roto i Iran. ahau rapu ahau mo te tūranga kaikaute teina.”

“My name is Samir. I am an accountant with 4 years of experience in investment firms in Iran. I am looking for a junior accountant position.”

Bring your business cards

Bring your business cards

kāri pakihi He kāri iti ki tou ingoa, tau waea, īmēra me te tikanga mahi ranei. Ka taea e te mahi e tetahi kua inaianei tetahi ranei e whakaakona koutou a koutou mo. He tino whai hua i ngā whatunga kāri pakihi. tukua ratou ki a koe taui i tō mōhiohio hohoro. taea e koe order business cards at office supply stores or online.

Business cards are small cards with your name, phone number, email and profession or job. The job can be one you have now or one you are trained for. Business cards are very useful at networking events. They allow you to exchange your information quickly. You can order business cards at office supply stores or online.

kia rite! kia whai koe kāri pakihi ki a koutou i te wa katoa. kia whakatau e koe te tangata ko wai e taea te āwhina ia koe i roto i te hoa ranei i te hokomaha.

Be prepared! You should have business cards with you all the time. You may meet someone who can help you through a friend or at the supermarket.

At the networking event

At the networking event

There are things you can do to help you succeed at networking events. There are also things not to do!

There are things you can do to help you succeed at networking events. There are also things not to do!

Mea ki te mahi i

Things to do

  • Tangohia tou wa - e kore e tamata ki te whakatau he tokomaha rawa te iwi. He pai ki te kōrero ki iti iwi, me te hanga hononga e ka muri.
  • A ani i hoki te kāri pakihi - hoki kia tino ki te hoatu iwi koutou kāri.
  • Tangohia tuhipoka - tuhituhi tetahi mea e hiahia ana koe ki te mahara i runga i te kāri pakihi whiwhi koe.
  • A pee ake - tonoa LinkedIn karere īmēra ranei ki te mea whakawhetai koutou, ka noho i roto i te pa.
  • Take your time – do not try to meet too many people. It is better to talk to fewer people and make connections that will last.
  • Ask for a business card – also make sure to give people your card.
  • Take notes – write anything you want to remember on the business cards you get.
  • Follow up – send LinkedIn messages or emails to say thank you and stay in touch.

Mea e kore e ki te mahi i

Things not to do

  • Kaua e ui mo ara tika atu - tatari tae noa ki te tangata e korero koe ki tuku i te manakohia, kōrero ranei ki a ratou i muri i te hui.
  • Kaua e kōrero e pā ana ki koe rawa nui - e kore e aruaru te tangata e korero koe ki. A ani ia ratou te mau uiraa, me te whakautu anake ina e mea ai ratou.
  • Kaua e kōrero e pā ana ki tōrangapū karakia ranei - arotahi ki runga i korero e pā ana ki ngā mahi me mahi
  • Do not ask for favors right away wait until the person you are talking to offers a favor, or talk to them after the event.
  • Do not talk about yourself too much do not interrupt the person you are talking to. Ask them questions and respond only when they are done.
  • Do not talk about politics or religionfocus on talking about jobs and careers

Kia mataara tenei ataata mō tauira o peu kōtuitui pai

Watch this video for examples of good networking habits

Pātai ki te ui, ka whatunga

Questions to ask when networking

kia waiho te reira uaua ki te mohio ki ta ki te mea ki te tangata kahore i tutaki koutou ki te aroaro o. Tenei ko te torutoru pātai ka taea e koe ui.

It might be hard to know what to say to someone you haven’t met before. Here are a few questions you can ask.

  • "Hea e koe i?"
  • "He aha te mea koutou wahi tino o to koutou mahi?"
  • "I pehea rongo koutou e pā ana ki tenei kaupapa?"
  • "Taea e koe korero ahau atu e pā ana ki te aha koe mahi?"
  • "E mohio ana koe o tetahi kamupene e e utu tika i teie nei?"
  • “Where are you from?”
  • “What is your favorite part of your job?”
  • “How did you hear about this event?”
  • “Could you tell me more about what you do?”
  • “Do you know of any companies that are hiring right now?”

Ētahi momo o te kōtuitui

Other types of networking

e kore koe e whai wa ki te haere ki ngā whatunga tangata i roto i. E te tahi atu huarahi ki te whakawhānui i tō whatunga ngaio. You can join an online network, and you can sing up for an online or phone informational interview.

You may not have time to go to networking events in person. There are other ways to expand your professional network. You can join an online network, and you can sing up for an online or phone informational interview.

LinkedIn

LinkedIn

LinkedIn Ko te paetukutuku i reira ka taea e koe te hono ki ētahi atu iwi i roto i te kaimahi. It is like Facebook, but for work. You create a profile that talks about your professional experience. Ka taea e koe te kōrero ki te iwi, titiro hoki mahi, a te tuku me te pānui i ngā tuhinga. Ko reira tino rongonui i roto i te US, engari kei te whakamahi i te reira atu iwi huri noa i te ao. The first step is to register for a LinkedIn profile.

LinkedIn is a website where you can connect to other people in the workforce. It is like Facebook, but for work. You create a profile that talks about your professional experience. You can talk to people, look for jobs, and post and read articles. It is most popular in the US but more people around the world are using it. The first step is to register for a LinkedIn profile.

uiuinga mōhiohio

Informational interviews

He uiuiraa mōhiohio ko te kōrero ki te tangata e kei roto i te mahi e hiahia ana koe ki te mahi i. This conversation can be in person, on the phone, or on a computer video call. The interview should last about 30 meneti. Ko te whāinga, ko te ki te rongo e pā ana ki o ratou wheako, me te whiwhi tohutohu. I hiahia ratou he tiwhikete? He aha i to ratou anō titiro pai atu i ētahi atu?

An informational interview is a conversation with someone who is in a job you want to do. This conversation can be in person, on the phone, or on a computer video call. The interview should last about 30 minutes. The goal is to hear about their experiences and get advice. Did they need a certificate? Why did their resume look better than others?

Ka taea e koe te ui iwi mo te uiuiraa mōhiohio i roto i LinkedIn. Ka taea hoki te ui hoa me i mohio. Pānuitia te runga pātai e waru ki te ui i roto i te uiuiraa mōhiohio. Wā katoa kia tino ki te whakawhetai te tangata korero koe ki mo ratou wa.

You can ask people for an informational interview through LinkedIn. You can also ask friends and acquaintances. Read the top eight questions to ask in an informational interview. Always make sure to thank the person you talked to for their time.

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