INTROVERTS … your networking guide!

Just what I was thinking

The Training Shelf

Introvert NetworkingRebekah Campbell said, “I know I should go to networking opportunities, but it’s a chore. All too often, I end up standing in a corner clinging to the one person I know, feeling guilty that I’m not taking advantage of the situation. Truth is, as an introvert, I’ve struggled with networking for years. I’d much rather be home reading a book.” Since networking is an important business tool and process, a few practiced techniques could help you to form relationships and improve, even enjoy, the networking process.

Here are a few ideas that may help.

Short Conversations with lots of people. Follow up later.
Many people find it difficult to form deep connections at events. Instead, try to have short conversations with as many people as possible, making sure you have their contact information so I can follow up later. If you see someone you want to talk to, politely…

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