Podcast: Young Professionals, NBAA Has Your Networking Tips

April 15, 2019

Successful networking is key to career growth in business aviation, and this is especially true for young professionals entering the industry. “My best networking tip would be to be prepared,” said Sierra Grimes, NBAA’s senior manager, registration, and NBAA Young Professionals Council member. “Once you come prepared, and you know who you’re seeking, don’t hesitate. Come in with a goal and have a plan and an actionable item that you can take away from that conversation.” Learn more about networking tips in this week’s NBAA Flight Plan podcast.

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