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Chapter 12. Introductions > Introducing yourself

Introducing yourself

When you meet someone new and no one else is present to make the introduction, you should introduce yourself. This situation frequently occurs at business meetings or social gatherings because the host cannot make introductions for all of the attendees at the same time.

If you have been invited to the event, you should feel free to introduce yourself to anyone present. You can offer your hand to a new person and say, “I don’t believe we’ve met before. I’m Chris Wright from Network Technologies.” When introducing yourself, it’s best to leave off all titles. Stating that you are Chris Wright, director of personnel, might be perceived as arrogance. People might also question your level of self-confidence.


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