With those three principles in mind, compose your "Networking Communications" speech – then practice it until you can easily recite it whenever you have a networking opportunity.

1. What is your background? (not more than 15 seconds)
My name is _____________, and I have experience in [your industry or discipline].  Most recently, I have been with _________________, where I did [your duties/responsibilities, and add some accomplishments or achievements if possible].  [You may wish to mention here other significant data, e.g. academics or certifications.]

2. What is your job objective?  (Clear and concise; five seconds should be enough.)
Currently I am seeking ___________________.

3. Most importantly, what information do you want from this person or group?  (another five seconds, and be specific.)  For example,

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