For some networking meetings, the agenda is obvious: Your companies are considering doing business together, or you’re looking for a job and this person might help you get one. But many professionals find themselves in networking meetings where the goals are murkier. Perhaps a friend thought you’d hit it off with someone and introduced you, or you met the person briefly at an event and they followed up for indeterminate reasons.
"When You Agree to a Networking Meeting but Don’t Know What You’re Going to Talk About" is from hbr.org, published on March 21, 2017.
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