Authenticity is key to forging valuable connections

09/9/2013 |

The key to building productive relationships when networking is to be authentic, writes Adrian Granzella Larssen. "[I]nstead of entering into conversations trying to find the perfect thing to say or worrying that you're not interesting or witty enough, just pretend you're at a dinner party with your closest friends, and be yourself," she writes. In addition, you should look for opportunities to help other people and be willing to share a few personal details about yourself, she writes.

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