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Exercise
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Reference no. BAB351ExA
Subject category: Entrepreneurship
Published by: Babson College
Originally published in: 2017
Version: June 2017
Length: 7 pages
Data source: Generalised experience

Abstract

Part of the Babson Entrepreneurial Leader Collection. This exercise will introduce the concept of developmental networks and overview relational strategies for advancing careers. During the session, participants will complete a developmental network exercise. This will involve creating a developmental network map of their current set of relationships, analyzing the structure and content of that network, and assessing the fit of their network with their leadership development needs. In this process, they will review the various types of networks, strategies for networking, initiating new developmental relationships, and sustaining their network. They will formulate goals and an action plan to utilize these tools going forward. The exercise is appropriate to use in the following classes: Organizational Behavior, Careers, Leadership, Human Resources, and Entrepreneurship. This is a long version for executives, advanced graduate students, general audiences (90 minutes).
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Abstract

Part of the Babson Entrepreneurial Leader Collection. This exercise will introduce the concept of developmental networks and overview relational strategies for advancing careers. During the session, participants will complete a developmental network exercise. This will involve creating a developmental network map of their current set of relationships, analyzing the structure and content of that network, and assessing the fit of their network with their leadership development needs. In this process, they will review the various types of networks, strategies for networking, initiating new developmental relationships, and sustaining their network. They will formulate goals and an action plan to utilize these tools going forward. The exercise is appropriate to use in the following classes: Organizational Behavior, Careers, Leadership, Human Resources, and Entrepreneurship. This is a long version for executives, advanced graduate students, general audiences (90 minutes).

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Other setting(s):
2017

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