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    May 01, 2008


    Common Purpose

    It is also important to develop ‘turbulent’ as well as ‘support’ networks. The people in your turbulent network will tell you the truth, even when you don’t want to hear it.

    You should ensure that the purpose of the network is not to exclude others, and build a network that is bigger than the individuals involved.

    Research carried out by international leadership development organisation Common Purpose has revealed a change in attitude towards networks and networking, with 68% of those surveyed expecting to increase their networking activity over the next five years. This rises to 75% within 25-44 year olds.

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