4 Short Scripts to Build and Engage Your Network

When you are working toward building or engaging with your network, it’s helpful and efficient to employ scripts to do so, especially if your network is vast or you are connecting with many colleagues at once. This saves you time, yet still retains that personal touch of sending an individual message to each person you wish to connect with. Here are four short and helpful scripts that are useful for taking the guesswork out of what you should say.

Happy Birthday

Dear xxx, I hope your special day is filled with love, peace, and joy. Wishing you a very happy birthday! Best wishes, xxx

Congratulations on Your New Job

Dear xxx, Congratulations on your new position! May your next career adventure take you to new career heights! Regards, xxx

Nice to Meet You at (Event)

Dear xxx, It was so nice to meet you at (event). Let’s connect and network together. If there’s anything I can do to support your business or career goals, let me know. Best, xxx

Looking Forward to Your Presentation/Panel Discussion

Dear xxx, I am looking forward to hearing your presentation on xxxx! Hoping we might network in an effort to share our connections and resources. Respectfully, xxx

With these four short and simple scripts, you’ll be able to not only build, but engage your network quickly and easily.

These scripts will get you started, but you don’t have to stop here. Do you have similar messages you send to your colleagues regularly? Draft your own scripts and keep them all together in one easy-to-access document.

It doesn’t take much time to reach out to your connections, but a little goes a long way. Soon enough, you’ll have a large network you can be proud of and a whole new world of shared resources and opportunities.

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