By | Lisa B. Marshall | www.themuse.com
Like you, I attend my fair share of meetings. As a consultant, I’m often meeting with people I’ve only laid eyes on for the first time just moments before and, almost always, I’m asked to introduce myself to them.
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“Lisa, tell us a little bit about yourself.”
Why is this little question so hard to answer? Perhaps because we are complicated and we’re being asked—usually on the spot—to make ourselves sound simple. Or maybe because there’s an element about it that always makes me feel like I’m supposed to be selling myself.
Meeting introductions are easy to master, though, so today we’re talking about how to do it well.