The networking objective can be short or long, just be sure it captures your true genuine motives. It should also be very specific and, if relevant, include a timeline. It’s possible that you will have more than one.
Write down your networking objective; keep it in a place that you can reference often. Now you will be better prepared to make wise decisions on which networking events to attend. It’s a good idea to pull out your objective and review it to help you decide if a networking event is worth your time investment to attend and if it will help you reach your networking goals.
Your networking objective could sound similar to this:
I want to be known as the best professional sports manager in the city of Atlanta within the next two years. Additionally I’d like to assist professional sports athletes achieve success on and off the playing field.