Take a look at this past blog, where Will explains how and when to join a closed group of people at a networking event… https://www.kintish.co.uk/networking-skills/breaking-into-closed-groups
“Do you or colleagues feel like my friend Betty?” If so maybe we should have a chat?
I think it is saying kind words to someone. Congratulating someone, saying they look ‘nice’ or ‘What I like about you is…..’ etc. I started my speaking career when I was an accountant 20+ years ago. I attended a dale Carnegie management course and after one presentation Sue , the coach handed me a handwritten note saying ‘Great talk Will’ . I think that was the spark to leave my accountancy …Read More
CONVERSATION BETWEEN BRIAN THE RELUCTANT NETWORKER AND WILL HIS MENTOR “We’ve agreed no-one likes rejection. We also don’t like rejecting others as we know how it feels ourselves. That is the reason you stood next to Betty, even though you knew the conversation had finished.” “Absolutely correct.” “And when she said, ‘I’m off, bored with you, I’m sure there are more interesting people here,’ you didn’t like it, did you?” …Read More
….on the quality of our answers. Now we’re grown up (well some of my readers are!) we are often judged on the quality of our questions. If you want to be an effective networker and spot potential business or career opportunities it is asking the pertinent question that is likely to get you there. Asking good questions means you are interested in the other person you are building rapport by …Read More