IN THIS SUMMARY
People who are introverts often hate to network. While extroverts, socially-oriented people who excel in group situations, are typically right at home at networking events, introverts, reflective and reclusive people, dread group interactions. However, in Networking for People Who Hate Networking, Devora Zack sets out to demonstrate that, by virtue of their innate strengths, introverts can become masterful networkers. Introverts’ talent for focusing and asking thoughtful questions heightens their ability to make meaningful connections with others. By developing a strong, enduring, yet small group of professional ties, introverts can network effectively; and by remaining true to self, the introvert can master networking for lasting, beneficial connections.