There’s no shortage of posts on the topic of business networking here on Introvert Retreat. Who wants to stand around making small talk in a noisy room full of strangers? Ack!
But I want to tell you about some recent experiences that indicate real hope for introverts!
I wrote a post – also called Networking for Introverts – for my own website, which covers the following topics:
- The “Networking for Introverts” session I recently presented at my annual National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) conference in Pittsburgh, PA.
- How it was inspired by Susan Cain’s TED Talk and her two books.
- Why I now call myself a “professional introvert”, including a follow-up to my blog post here on Introvert Retreat called Introverts: The Next Generation.
- TIPS for networking your way
- TIPS for setting your own networking agenda
- TIPS for introverts who are also shy
- What Meyers-Briggs and rubber bands have to do with it.
- How I was recognized — and surprised — in a BIG WAY for contributing quietly in my own little introverted way!
- What makes the President of NAPO a true leader.
Ready to join me? Click here to read Networking for Introverts!
Please comment either there, or right here, below, and share your networking challenges and strategies with us.
Dare I ask you to comment in both places? Thanks!
Introverts Unite! Separately. In your own homes. LOL!
Hazel Thornton is a professional organizer and genealogist based in Albuquerque, New Mexico; creator of The Clutter Flow Chart Collection; and author of Go with the Flow! The Clutter-Clearing Tool Kit for an Organized Life. Visit her online at www.org4life.com.