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Eight Cringe-Worthy Networking Blunders

By Liz Ryan

Networking as we know it first took shape 15 or 20 years ago, when entrepreneurs and consultants started meeting up with people for the sole purpose of cultivating business relationships. It makes sense that self-employed folks would jump into the networking mosh pit ahead of corporate types, who didn’t need big or robust networks to prosper in their careers. Today all job categories have grown less secure than ever, and virtually everybody—from college students to Greatest Generation business emeriti—makes time for networking coffee dates, Facebook, and the whole social networking gang. And nearly everyone has run into an unfortunate networking scenario at one time or another.

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