Text to Speech Demo
Networking involves meeting and getting to know people who you can assist, and who can potentially help you in return whereas collaboration is said to take place when two individuals or a group of people work together towards a common goal by sharing their ideas and skills.
Regularly engaging with your contacts and finding opportunities to assist them helps to strengthen the relationship. By doing this, you sow the seeds for their help when you need to achieve your goals. The more people you can network and collaborate with, the more perspectives and ideas you receive. Even if you are not able to build strong relations with everyone that you meet, by continually putting yourself out there and meeting new people, you’re stepping outside your comfort zone and building invaluable social skills and self-confidence. A lot of people see networking as a way to develop and nurture professional relationships, but some of the strongest and most long-standing friendships are borne from work connections. At the GYLF ConcLive, not only you’ll meet several people whose ideas will resonate with yours but also people who will challenge your way of thinking and force you to think out of the box.
Check out more about GYLF : http://www.thecampusconnect.gylf
Who and what is a curator : https://thecampusconnect.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/brochure.pdf
Apply to be a Curator: http://bit.ly/gylf19curator
Self Nominate: http://bit.ly/selfnominationgylf