Melbourne International Student Conference 2016: What No One Tells You About Professional Networking

PROFESSIONAL networking doesn’t have to be an awkward or stressful experience, as delegates at the Melbourne International Student Conference 2016 found out.

Held as part of the event’s Teach Anything Good (TAG) workshops, Wenona Lok offered a humorous and insightful glimpse into how seasoned professional networkers approached social situations and offered practical tips on how one can get the most out of a networking event.

Catch up on her slides here:

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