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How To Stop Being Awkward When Networking (Cheeky Scientist Radio)


Do you know why networking is critical for your job search success?

Have you ever thought about the importance of body language when networking?

In this episode of Cheeky Scientist Radio, we discuss how to be a better networker and how you can leave those awkward PhD days behind you.

Our guest Carole Railton, an expert on personal branding and body language, addresses how your body language could be sending the wrong message to employers.

She will discuss strategies you can use to improve your body language and thus improve your networking success.

In this podcast, you’ll find:

  • Show Me The Data – Why networking is the single most important part of your job search
  • Body Language For Business – Carole Railton, a body language expert, discusses how your body language may be sabotaging your job search and how to fix it so you can get hired in industry

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Isaiah Hankel Ph.D.

Isaiah Hankel Ph.D.

Isaiah is a Ph.D. in Anatomy & Cell Biology and internationally recognized Fortune 500 consultant. He is an expert in the biotechnology industry and specializes in helping people transition into cutting-edge career tracks.

Isaiah believes that if you feel stuck somewhere in your life right now, you should make a change. Don’t sit still and wait for the world to tell you what to do. Start a new project. Build your own business. Take action. Experimentation is the best teacher.
Isaiah Hankel Ph.D.