Networking is important to successful business dealings. Whether it is making an impression on your CEO or reaching out to an acquaintance to explore mutual business opportunities, it matters who you know and who knows you.
In today’s global society, virtual and in-person meetings with colleagues and associates from around the world are the norm, not the exception.
Interacting with people from a different culture can lead to unexpected opportunities. And when you learn how to be sensitive to other customs and cultures, you’ll be able to apply your knowledge to a wide range of professional and personal situations.
– Abbie S. Fink, The Arizona 100