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How to become a better networker without having to socialise with strangers

‘I love networking and making small talk with strangers,’ said no one ever. Luckily, Marissa King, a professor of organisational behaviour at the Yale School of Management, who literally wrote the book on the topic – Social Chemistry – has a weekly ritual to make networking a little more enjoyable. King explains that there is extraordinary power in our existing networks. And arguably, the most impactful thing that most people can do to improve their network is to reinvigorate dormant tie