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Common Mistakes in Business Networking

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In business networking, what is a step you can take to avoid taking more than you're giving?

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1. In business networking, what does it mean to run before you walk?

2. What two things are developed when your promises are kept?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Use this interactive quiz and worksheet set to assess your knowledge of recommended networking practices and their benefits

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Topics covered in this quiz include:

  • Taking more than you give
  • Running before you walk
  • Advantages of keeping promises

Skills Practiced

Use these skills throughout this quiz and worksheet:

  • Interpreting information - read through the lesson to determine how to help your contacts if you don't possess the needed skills or experience
  • Knowledge application - answer a question about the recommended activities for engaging with contacts in your network
  • Making connections - understand what you have read in order to recognize the benefits of keeping your promises with your network

Additional Learning

To find out more ways of improving your business networking skills, check out the lesson entitled Common Mistakes in Business Networking. This tutorial will explore the consequences of:

  • Not following through
  • Disregarding in-person interactions
  • Lopsided relationships
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