While many people will automatically introduce themselves to one another, leaders still have an opportunity to make introductions meaningful. This means adding some information that’s appealing about each person, such as the person’s unique role or a professional distinction. When you do this, you convey that you’ve taken time to think about the people involved. After completing this course, you will be able to more confidently make professional introductions at work.

  •  Remain present while the parties converse
  •  Provide relevant information about the parties being introduced
  •  Tell the person you forget and ask for his or her name