Do not go directly to the bar, to the buffet or your seat. Walk toward the center of the event, avoid staying on street corners or in heavy traffic areas, as it is the input. Leave your shyness aside and dare to approach other people and start a conversation. 1 – A memorable, in a positive way. He has attended an event, received the card from someone and then you cannot remember anything about that person? You don’t want to pass him this. The sincere sympathy or a comment humorous and tasteful, break the ice. Submit individually is different to occur against a group.
If you have an opportunity to face a group or at a dinner party, use a short introduction, concise and less than 25 words. Describe what you made or done in a way that make it remember it and describe how it benefits other people. Don’t talk about benefits of product or your company will look like you want to sell something instead of being eager to build relationships with others. You can visit several sites on the Internet such as PitchWizard where you will find valuable information of how to prepare your intro or pitch. 2. Do not forget to obtain information to collect the cards of other people written and mental notes take allowing you to recall details of that person. Type any other action that may still be pending of the conversation or any other note to help give a more effective follow-up. Is not engaged to distribute its cards to everyone.
His cards are not as important as that you receive, be sure to collect the cards of people who you want to contact in the event/activity. 3 Create value to other people. This is the essence of networking. Look for opportunities to be helpful, and service to others. Offer their services for organizing events, participate in a Board, collaborate in a newspaper or blog and/or volunteer work. You in the long run will also benefit. 4. Don’t forget to say goodbye to – many people disappear from events without saying goodbye. The farewell is as important as your introduction. Say goodbye with a smile and remind you when your new contact and as (email, call, text message, fax) will communicate again with the / she. Read additional details here: Reeta K Holmes. Thank the opportunity to have it known. Be sure to leave your card. In times of changes make networking is It makes it more important than ever. Not only can be the opportunity to find work, volunteering, get business opportunities, meet lovely people and even make new friends.