Episode 229: Get IN and OUT Of Conversations Graciously

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On Today’s Show

Author Susan RoAne shares practical advice on how to get in and out of conversations graciously, and in a way that is memorable and respectful to others. She gives three immediate strategies to exit a conversation graciously as well as some simple techniques for joining a conversation without offending the person or the group.

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1 Simple Thing Action:

3 Ways to Exit the Conversation Graciously:

Exit Method #1
1. Interrupt yourself
2. Summarized what you talked about – ask for a card or offer a card.
3. Walk 3/4 of the room away over to another group or person.

Exit Method #2
1. Interrupt yourself
2. Stay positive and mannerly.
3. Walk 3/4 of the room away over to another group or person.

Exit Method #3
1. Interrupt yourself
2. Introduce the person to someone you recognize.
3. Walk 3/4 of the room away over to another group or person.

Mentioned In Episode:

Susan RoAne, “The Secrets of Savvy Networking: How to Make the Best Connections for Business and Personal Success”
http://www.amazon.com/The-Secrets-Savvy-Networking-Connections

Susan RoAne, “What Do I Say Next?: Talking Your Way to Business and Social Success”
http://www.amazon.com/What-Do-Say-Next-Business

Susan RoAne, “Face to Face: How to Reclaim the Personal Touch in a Digital World”
http://www.amazon.com/Face-Reclaim-Personal-Touch-Digital

Guest:

Susan RoAne
www.susanroane.com

  • Business Networking Keynote Speaker
  • International Bestselling Author
  • F2F Communication Expert
  • Mentor and Coach
  • One of Forbes’ Top 25 Networking Experts
  • Self-Described Mingling Maven®

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