[Ah-ha Lab] Men vs. Women: Who Networks Better?

It is said men are better drivers. Well ladies, that's okay, because we are better networkers, right? Think again! Turns out, a new study by LinkedIn says men are "savvier" then women! Nicole Williams, LinkedIn’s Connection Director and author of Girl on Top: Your Guide to Turning Dating Rules into Career Success, chats with J.T. O'Donnell about differing networking styles between the sexes, as well as how men and women can level the playing field regardless of whether their industry is dominated by the opposite sex. Each Ah-ha Lab is a discussion around a cutting-edge concept being shared by one of today’s emerging thought leaders. See the new ideas that are shaping our professional futures.Watch »Ah-ha Lab every Tuesday at 1:00 PM ET


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