The first line in a corridor conversation should be audience-centered. Instead of smiling and asking “how it’s going?”, begin with something that makes other person feel special. Example, you are the person that I want to see and then explain why you want to meet your colleague. Perhaps you have some question that you cannot solve and you need your colleague to help you? Whatever the topic is, you have just won over your colleague with this opening. Beware to topic like “how is your family” where it might not necessarily for the moment where you just have few times to talk in the corridor.
Elevator chat is similar to corridor conversation where you put more focus on others. Suppose a person want into the same elevator with you and you realize that he or she is a VP of another company and heading to meet your top management. Catch your breath and say, “So glad to meet you, I’m Richard Stephenson and I really liked about the your view on the current market on how it can be strengthen and let the market to be more competitive.” That VP will likely to remember you and they will think of you when they have good opportunities for career development or new job posting. Elevator chat can be career-enhancing moves.
Networking conversation usually happen when you find yourself in front of a stranger. Well you also can start by” tell me about yourself or I like your shoe”. People like to talk about themselves. However, there is a better way where you approach someone and say. “I’m Derrick Jones and I’ve wanted to meet you for some time.” These opening word will make that person want to hear more. In all these situation, the best opening is to focus on your audience. Let your audience know that you care about them and want to know more about them. If you continue to behave like this, they will start want to know more about you. It’s that simple. Try it!
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