What is social capital (not social media) and what does it have to do with you?

Published: Tue, 08/01/17

Do You Know the Value of Social Capital at Work?
by Mary Schaefer​​​​​​​
Increase your social capital through thoughtful (and professional) gestures

Communication is one way to influence people to cooperate with you, to get work done, or have a favor granted. I’m not suggesting manipulation for devious purposes. I AM suggesting creating goodwill and trust so people are happy to help you. Click here to learn more about social capital and get 10 tips to help you increase yours!

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P.S. If you want to learn more about how to increase your social capital to navigate the workplace, increase teamwork, or grow your influence and impact, just reply to this message. We can talk about how I can help.
About Mary Schaefer: Speaker, coach, trainer, consultant and Chief Encouragement Officer for everyone interested in their own professional development and advancement. My belief about the key to great performance at work is empowerment. I say: "Your success and the success of those around you depends on you empowering yourself first." Click here to find out more about what this can mean for you.

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