Networking Basics 4: How to Follow Up Effectively

Learn how to write followup emails to transform your contacts into lasting relationships.

Once you've had a successful informational interview thanks to Networking Basics 3: How to Prepare the Right Questions, it's time to follow up.

In Networking Basics 4: How to Follow Up Effectively, you'll learn how write a thank you followup email that leaves your contact feeling fulfilled and happy they helped.

Generic thank you emails from email templates aren't going to turn your conversation into a lasting networking relationship. We'll show you how to write polished followup emails that include all of right ingredients for fostering professional relationships.

This course will teach you how to write a followup email that:

  • Includes all the right ingredients, without templates or starting from scratch
  • Will leave your contact glad they helped and ready for more
  • Will transform your contact into a lasting professional relationship

Learn how to write personalized followup emails to transform your contacts into lasting networking relationships.

Forget fake, robotic networking. Networking today means building authentic connections.

To propel your career forward, it's about connecting authentically with the right people in your network. Whether you're looking for access to the 85% of jobs that aren't posted online, want to save years by finding the right career fit, or need help navigating tricking workplace situations, networking will get you where you need to be.

In our four-part Networking Basics course, you'll learn how to start, build, and maintain professional relationships that will fast track your career.

Your Instructor

Sue Wollan Fan
Sue Wollan Fan

Sue Wollan Fan is the Founder & CEO of MANGO Connects, a career app that helps you tap your network effectively to advance your career. She is passionate about doing work that matters and helping others do the same.

She been a career coach and mentor as a corporate executive at Accenture and Best Buy Corp., a nonprofit leader, a tech entrepreneur, and a mom of three daughters. Her book “Stop Networking. Start Connecting.” is due out in 2018.

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