By Ann Marie Sabath
This e-book teaches members easy methods to symbolize their businesses, their items, and themselves with self belief, polish, heat, and professionalism.
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Tacky! Keep the emphasis on person-to-person contact. 32 Business Etiquette Key point summar summaryy Make a powerful, positive first impression: Establish appropriate eye contact, avoid colloquialisms and slang, and have the right “support materials” at hand. Know who should be introduced first. Avoid offering a limp handshake; make sure your grip is confident and appropriate to the situation. Manage unconventional handshake situations by following the other person’s lead. Remember: You can use social missteps as an opportunity to display grace, wit, and poise.
Consider the following story. A friend of mine told me of the time he met then-Senator John F. Kennedy. Kennedy was a man who simply refused to say, “I’ve forgotten your name”! The senator approached my friend while they were both in the bathroom and then explained that he’d forgotten the name of someone who was waiting for him at a gathering outside. Did my friend have any ideas? Fortunately, my friend was able to provide the name of the gentleman in question, and the rest of the evening went smoothly for the senator from Massachusetts and his “old acquaintance”!
Avoid chintzy-looking accessories. If you’re the boss, make it clear exactly what “business casual attire” means in your workplace. Business Dress 101 Avoid pointless conflicts—pull errant or inappropriately dressed employees aside, and have a low-key “rules are rules” meeting about company attire standards. ) Still stumped about what to wear? Try this rule: Change your regular professional attire by only a single garment. ” —Oscar Wilde I t would certainly be nice if we all had the kind of schedule that allowed for the leisurely approach to writing that Mr.
101 Ways To Conduct Business with Charm & Savvy by Ann Marie Sabath