If you’re planning a network event, think twice before you try to network with someone who doesn’t have a degree in networking.
There are many reasons why networking is such a great way to learn about networking, but the best way to succeed is to do it properly, network expert Scott Davenport said in an interview with Fortune.
“It’s a great networking event to learn and get exposure to people who are not network professionals,” he said.
Davenco said you should get a degree from a college or university in networking, or go to a networking convention and see what networking is all about.
“You can learn networking in a week, and get a job that way,” he added.
There’s no point in learning networking if you’re not going to work on networking in the future.
There is no shortage of networking opportunities out there, Davenmo added.
“Networking is not just about learning.
It’s about doing the right thing, working well together, doing it the right way, getting a good outcome,” he explained.
“This is the first step to making it a part of your life.”
Davenports advice is a bit different from the advice of other networking experts, who are more concerned with getting people to get networking jobs.
“If you can find a job where you are good at networking and have a good resume, then there’s no reason not to try it,” he told Fortune.
Davons network engineer experience, he said, should go with the network, not the degree.
He’s seen people get a networking degree at universities, but then fail when it comes to getting a job in the industry.
“I know people who went into networking with the wrong resume and never got a job,” he warned.
Dave’s advice is to get a network engineer degree, even if you have no formal training in networking or networking events.
“The best networking education is networking,” he says.
“Nuclear physics is networking.”
The best networking experience for the network engineer, Dave suggests, should be to attend networking events and learn what networking involves.
“There’s no need to get an engineering degree, there’s nothing that is more important to learn in networking,” Davenports advice concludes.
You should also get networking training, which includes networking workshops, networking classes, networking training courses, networking programs, and networking certifications.
Networking is one of the few career paths that don’t require a high school diploma, but it’s important to get it.
It gives you the skills and knowledge that you need to succeed in networking for the long haul.