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Engaging in small talk
Approach person from front Use firm handshake “Punctuate” own name Repeat other person’s name Opening Small Talk
Topics to be covered include: Weather Recent news Sports Entertainment Observations about the event Topics for Small Talk
Listen attentively Ask questions Maintain eye contact Smile warmly Appropriately Engage in Small Talk
Use an appropriate exit line Ex. “It’s been great talking with you, I should let you go chat with someone else now.” Part with another handshake Ending Small Talk
What went well? What went poorly? Example
Find another participant you do NOT know well. Introduce yourself, practicing: A firm handshake Punctuating your name Repeating his/her name Begin conversation Your Turn!
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