Right and Wrong Ways to WORK A ROOM


Don't Confuse Networking with Socializing

Chances are you attend networking events regularly - but are you really getting the most from all that effort?

If not, you may be doing a little too much socializing and less real networking at these events. Many professionals often confuse the two and end up wasting their valuable time - and energy.

Revise your "work the room" tactics by learning the following fundamental do's and don'ts.

Review the guest list and prepare! Think about whom you want to talk to and set specific conversation objectives. Check if someone else from you firm should go.

Eat early. You won't be able to shake hands, talk, and work a room with a plate in your hands.

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