Don't let people mispronounce your name. I know that I've let it slide, viewing it as a slight concession when interacting with others for the first time (or sometimes even the 15th time), but I realize now that a name is more than letters pushed together, it's a part one's identity and should be respected as a first step in positive communication.
If you don't know how to say someone's name correctly, SIMPLY ASK and do your very best to pronounce it correctly. And please refrain from telling others their name is too hard to pronounce, that creates a barrier from the start by implying the relationship means so little that you can't take the time to learn the most basic thing about another person.
My first name is pretty easy for fluent English speakers, but when I lived in Spain they chopped it to pieces and I finally settled on being called "Katy" by most everyone. My last name has been mispronounced my whole life and I usually get really excited when someone says it correctly.
Pallanti spelled phonetically is Pa-lont-tea
If you've got a name that is gets mispronounced often, tell the people in your network, they may be relieved to know how to say it correctly