What's Your Follow-Up Personality?

Do you know your Follow-Up Personality? Ask your friends, family, and peers how they follow-up after networking and you'll discover four distinct types. Which one are you?

Soma Jurgensen
Created By Soma Jurgensen
On Jul 8, 2016

Which statement best describes your feelings about networking?

What do you do before you head out the door to a networking event?

Which statement best describes your goal for your networking events?

How do you know the event was a success for you?

What do you do after you get back from your networking event?

You're sitting down to invite your new contacts to join you on LinkedIn. Which most sounds like your message?

Six months have passed and you find Marnie's card in your wallet. What are you thinking?

The Fixer

The Fixer

You love to help people. If someone needs a connection, a resource, or a bit of advice, you're there. You are so quick to fix the needs of your network you sometimes forget to address your own.

The Well Intentioned

The Well Intentioned

You love the flurry of activity networking brings. You're drawn to people, and their business cards, like the world's strongest magnet. You have the best intentions to follow-up after events, but you get caught up in the swirl of everyday life.

The Breeze

The Breeze

You move easily from group to group at networking events. For you, it's all about the conversations - the people. You talk, listen, and have a great time. When the sizzle of the event is over, you know you should follow-up, and you'll get to it -- eventually.

The Mover

The Mover

You know your worth and the value your products and services bring to your network. You can't wait to get home and send out the latest brochures, price lists, and more. You're ready to warm up the phone and set a record number of appointments.