We all know how important it is to network. Most people find a job through networking. But, it is very hard to talk to people we do not know. Usually, the first question asked is, "What do you do?" Thankfully, David Burkus, in a Harvard Business Review article, gives us "8 Questions to Ask Someone Other Than What Do You Do?".
Burkus reminds us to ask open-ended questions. Those are questions that do not have a yes or no answer, but ones on which respondents can elaborate.
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