Or perhaps you are a little jealous that your favorite coworker is “lucky” to be so outgoing. Whether you find yourself networking at a social function, a business event, or at a charitable fundraiser, here are etiquette guidelines that will help you put your best foot forward and build relationships with new people you meet.1. Have a light snack before leaving the house or office so your stomach doesn't growl louder than your introduction.2. Before you enter the event, take a private moment (emphasis on private) to check yourself in the mirror – teeth, nose, eyes, hair.
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You get one chance to get it right, and by all means, never ask for a "re-do"! Networking functions are a great place to practice our listening skills and name recall.
One way to remember a name is to repeat their name back immediately after they introduce themselves. Make it a point to make genuine conversation that may—or may not—lead to potential business at a later date.
Exiting is as easy as extending your hand for a handshake and saying “It’s been nice talking with you" or "Good to meet you, I look forward to talking with you again”.
Don’t make promises to call or get together again soon unless you intend to follow up.12. In business, a handshake is the customary greeting and at social events, there are usually a lot of hugs being exchanged.
If you still find that you have forgotten, ask again by saying, "Please remind me, your name is? Nobody wants to get stuck talking to someone who is peddling their wares.8. Once you’ve exchanged names and learned a bit about each other’s careers, be ready with a list of conversation topics.