Office network tips
No one works in a vacuum. You don’t have to be BFFs with everybody, but you should get to know your coworkers on more than a “Hey, how’s it going?” level. Developing positive relationships with your colleagues can be as simple as asking questions about their kids, hobbies or plans for the weekend. Networking isn’t just something you do outside the office; it can help you build trust and cooperation with the people who could help propel you to the next level — and those who might be working underneath you when you get there. Take the time to learn your coworker’s individual working styles so you can better understand team dynamics and know who to turn to in certain situations.