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Jodi Glickman: e-introductions

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When making an e-mail introduction, don’t copy all parties unless you are 100% positive the recipient will be open to the introduction. Send the e-mail with your request, and include the other person’s contact information. Then forward your message to the other person, so he knows the wheels are in motion. Promise to keep him posted.

Source: Jodi Glickman, Harvard Business Review blog

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