NZBusiness and Management

The rise of the BUSINESS HUG

Recently I had the pleasure of speaking to a small group of senior executives at a retreat. What was special about this particular engagement was that not only was I delivering my presentation during, and after, dinner but due to their relaxed timetable and intimate number I had more time to take a few conversational detours.

As I often do in my presentations, I also covered business etiquette and gave tips around building relationships at networking events.

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