The Least Important Networker Characteristic

What is the least important characteristic for a great networker?

The answer might surprise you.

In this video, I share the five least important skills for networking according to a survey of 3400 business people. Knowing what not to do can be as important as knowing what to do. Furthermore, it is also clear from these results that great networkers and great salespeople have different skill sets.

In conclusion, many people think you need to be an extrovert to be a good networker, but that’s not what the survey says. Here are five least important skills for networking.

You don’t need to be:

  1. Fearless
  2. A salesperson
  3. A self-promoter
  4. Direct
  5. Social media savvy

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One thought on “The Least Important Networker Characteristic

  1. Dr. Misner, thanks for highlighting the benefits of being an introvert. Being reserved does not mean that introverts are ignorant of social skills. I would appreciate if you could share some of the cultural barriers to effectively networking.

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