Recently I went to a networking dinner as a guest of a friend. I watched her carefully select the table where she wanted us to sit. We positioned ourselves so that each of us was seated between two other people, rather than sitting next to each other. After all, we already know each other. I noticed that the people who chose the tables far removed to the back were the last people to introduce themselves, and by that time people were eating dinner and only half-listening. Thanks to the careful planning and positioning by my networking friend, we were in a good position to be both seen and heard.
Read more on the strategy of physical positioning and how important it is that you are both seen and heard at networking events and business meetings.
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