When it comes to making new connections, introverts get a bad rap, in spite of the fact that introversion and shyness are not the same thing. While extroverts are the life of the party, introverts do better in smaller, more intimate settings, and they tend to be better listeners and more inquisitive than their extroverted counterparts. Shyness is more about being socially awkward because you fear the judgments of others.

In terms of networking, though, all three personality types can benefit by heeding several bits of advice. That's according to Jacqueline Whitmore, etiquette expert and author of "Poised for Success: Mastering the Four Qualities That Distinguish Outstanding Professionals." Here's what she says you need to do to make the most of networking opportunities and garner valuable connections.

Manage your expectations.

If you're attending some kind of networking event, you don't have to put pressure on yourself to meet a lot of people. "You can go to an event and be there for 20 to 30 minutes and make a great connection just by talking to one or two people," she says. "One quality conversation is more beneficial than 20 superficial ones."

Plan some ice-breakers ahead of time.

Mmoja wa wadau wakubwa wa kilaji cha Heineken akipata kitu chake mwanana kabisa ndani ya Banda la Heineken wakati muendelezo wa Tamasha la Nyama Choma,lililofanyika mwishoni mwa wiki kwenye viwanja vya Posta,jijini Dar es Salaam. 

Msanii wa Muziki wa Kizazi Kipya na Muigizaji wa Filamu nchini,Baby Madaha akiwa pamoja na Marafiki zake wakiburudika na kilaji cha Heineken ndani ya Nyama Choma. 

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