Pro tip: If you want to get connected to someone, make it easy for the person doing the introduction.
This networking tip is from Ruchika Tulshyan, a diversity & inclusion strategist and Harvard Business Review contributor. In this video, she talks about the value of the forwardable intro email (also known as the forwardable message).
When requesting an email introduction, make sure to include following in your note:
who you are
what you're looking for
what you're hoping to get out of the connection
Not sure where to start? Watch the video above to see a sample forwardable intro email.
Watch Part 2: 🤝🏼How to make a good first impression during informational interviews