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Networking: Inspiring Collaboration

Many of us have attended conference sessions where we are asked to complete a group task with people at our table. Often we are grouped together randomly and don’t know each other, so we have little context for determining who can contribute and at what level. Also, we are forced to offer opinions among people with whom we’ve not established trust. (“Will they accept my ideas?” “Do they have the experience/knowledge to understand where I’m coming from?”). This is especially true if this is

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