How to Leave Conversations at Networking Events (Without Being RUDE!)

Want to reach out but not sure what to say? Get the FREE "But What Do I Say?!?" Connection Messages Guidebook to steal our words and take them as your own! Feeling stuck in a conversation at a networking event or a party? Wondering how to exit gracefully without seeming rude? You're not alone! In this episode of the Creating Opportunities podcast, join Cassandra as she delves into the art of leaving conversations smoothly, whether they're one-on-one or in a group. Cassandra shares her own experiences and provides clever strategies to help you leave interactions confidently, ensuring you maintain those important connections. From using a simple excuse to embracing full transparency, discover tactics that you can apply at your next social event to exit conversations without awkwardness. Don't miss out on these valuable insights that can transform your networking skills! Remember, it's not just about leaving; it's about leaving a positive impression. Tune in now and master the graceful goodbye! Start posting on LinkedIn with our FREE list of 20 Things to Post on LinkedIn: SHOP AMAZON to See our Favorite Things! It's no extra cost to you but it does give us a small percentage for giving you the recommendation SHOP → → → If you want to see EXACTLY what I buy, check out all my Favorites, in my store HERE: SPEAKING INQUIRIES 🙋🏼‍♀️ Contact: [email protected] INFO 🌟 Check out our Founder's other channel for job search advice: ABOUT This isn’t your grandpa’s networking. What if you stopped networking and instead started building intentional, authentic relationships? What if you made building authentic relationships a part of your weekly and monthly goals? What if you met cool people just for the sake of meeting cool people, and you allowed yourself to see where it takes you? At One Hello, we discourage “networking” for the sake of leverage and, instead, help you focus on building real relationships. When networking feels less transactional and more like it should (like it’s enriching our lives), that’s the sweet spot!