Think about your own rules and choose the ones you can change radically.
A few weeks ago I happened to attend lecture delivered by the well-known businessman which lasted nearly three hours. It later spurred me to create this manual containing my thoughts on what should be included in a speech in order for it to be of value to the listeners.
What you are about to read is not intended for everyone. It might be useful for those having to spend some time convincing themselves in the necessity of networking prior to attending any event. Yes, networking is natural. However, it frequently can arouse inner protest if you are an introvert. So what is the biggest introverts’ problem in terms of networking? Is it possible, or more importantly, is it necessary to overcome oneself? The fact that there are no completely self-sufficient people living in a kind of exclusive biosphere is obvious even to us – introverts. The best things that happen to us are often associated with other people. Even if a brilliant idea has crossed your mind, one way or another, you’ll need someone’s assistance to bring it into life.
Psychologists believe that extroverts are always more successful and are much more comfortable in business environment than their psychological antipodes - introverts. Is it really so? Which dangers lurk in wait for the extroverts and how to avoid them?
Everyone knows that networking is useful, but not all of us are actually eager to do it. There are always plenty of plausible excuses like work or home affairs which we would rather attend to than go to an event to meet and exchange business cards with strangers.
Like the majority of western professional services firms, we are advocates of limited liability partnership rather than simple limited liability company. This is the key element of firm’s management proven not only by theory of management, but also by practical experience of the biggest international consulting companies.
I am often given credit for possessing talent of finding and hiring stars. However BritMark owes its success to completely opposite point of view. I strongly support the idea that hiring superstars is not always the right decision. Here are 10 reasons in favor of this point of view.
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