Transcript: Proper Ettiquette. Try to send a thank you note. Make an attempt to eat the food. Eat with the proper utensil. Always respond to an invitation. Inproper Ettiqutte. Never eat before told to do so. Don't drink to much wine. Make poliet conversation with others around you. Don't slurp, or make other loud noises. E
Transcript: Fold napkin in half before putting on your lap If you want to talk to someone but they are on the phone, come back later If you overheard something, don't just start talking to the people Mind your own business If you forgot someone's name, admit, apologise, and ask for their name Don't be late to a meeting, first impression count Order by following the host, avoid ordering expensive food or messy food Wait until everyone is serve before digging in Knife blades are always placed with the cutting edge toward the plate Alway have your business card with you so can give it to other people Name tag should be on right shoulder so when shaking hand, they can see your name Handshake should be firm -when you first met each other introduce yourself -after the meeting thanks the other person for coming If you're going to put someone on speaker, let them know you're putting them on speaker if you have someone with you, don't forget to introduce them Lunch and breakfast are the best time for business meal Enter from your right to sit down at the table If someone forget to introduce you don't just begin talking First tell them your name before talking 18 inches – 4 feet: Personal distance for interactions among good friends or family members 4 feet – 12 feet: Social distance for interactions among acquaintances 12 feet – 25 feet or more: Public distance used for public speaking If you are not invited by the host you shouldn't attend the meeting Turn off phone and don't put it on the table even if you're waiting for an important call Food pass to the right Business Etiquette Cut food as you go Host pay for meal and choose restaurant -Pick a place that you know of or ate there before Never introduce yourself by your title
Transcript: Subject 3 their official language is thai. in thailand their way of ranking depends on the persons age. as well the people personal wealth. people with more money are treated with more respect as to people who dont really hav e any money and are irrevelant. if you are older than the per son you are doing business with, you will be presented with gifts and polite gestures when you meet them. thai people judge based on what kind of clothes you wear. the more materialistc you are the thai's will be more accepting of you. when you introduce yourself and if you say "wai" and you say it the wrong way the thai people get mad. Subject 1 when doing a business meeting with thais, men should dress are expected to dress in a white shirt and dark blue or black trousers women should wear a "sensible" blouse and dark blue or black dress pants. Subject 2 is here when having a business meeting with the thai people, they like to talk slow and talk about things th at dont really have to relate with the meeting. its best to stay calm and always be friendly. And one more thing... when starting the meeting the thai people like to have "small talk" Thank you for your attention!
Transcript: Why Etiquette Excellence? Common Etiquette mistakes Myths about Manners FALSE Let's Review Benefits of Etiquette Good Manners help you make a positive impression. Being perceived as a professional enhances your credibility. Knowing that you are behaving approprately helps you feel relaxed and confident so you can focus on business. Following the protocol of being polite shows you are a team player. People like to do business with people they are comfortable with. ` It takes more time to do things polietly. Guidelines for proper behavior just make things more complicated. Etiquette is old-fashioned. Today, anything goes. If an office has a laid back enviornment, etiquette doesn't apply. Manners are constant. Once ou learn them, you don't have to update them. If you get a reputation for being poliet, people won't respect you. Emphasizing what's prper just shows that you are a snob. Manners stifle self-expression Manners won't help you improve the bottom line. Business etiquette give you firm rules, with the answer for every sticky situation. Answering a phone call during a meeting wearing sloppy or inappropriate clothing ignoring someone who just joined the group Borrowing a piece of equipment and not returning it Telling a dirty joke Barging into someone's office Chewing gum during a meeeting Not looking at a person speakng Refusing to shake hands Getting drunk at a company party Calling someone babe or hon Standing too close to another person Interrupting someone's conversation It takes more time to do things polietly. Guidelines for proper behavior just make things more complicated. Etiquette is old-fashioned. Today, anything goes. If an office has a laid back enviornment, etiquette doesn't apply. Manners are constant. Once ou learn them, you don't have to update them. If you get a reputation for being poliet, people won't respect you. Emphasizing what's prper just shows that you are a snob. Manners stifle self-expression Manners won't help you improve the bottom line. Business etiquette give you firm rules, with the answer for every sticky situation.
Transcript: Work Etiquette What Is Work Etiquette?? Food Etiquette Never use your knife to cut your rolls at a business dinner Break your roll in half and tear off one piece at a time, and butter the piece as you are ready to eat it. Do not push away or stack your dishes. If your guest orders an appetizer or dessert, you should follow suit. If you did the inviting, you are the host, then you should pay the bill regardless of gender. Introductions Conversation Always say please and thank you This is imperative in the casual professional atmosphere Don't say it too often or you will come off as needy Don't interrupt This is very rude and disrespectful, wait until the speaker is finished talking to share your opinion If someone tries to interrupt you ask them to hold on a minute Don't gossip Gossiping is never harmless and makes you look bad Don't eavesdrop, people need their privacy Watch your language Choose your words wisely and carefully Slang, derogatory terms or any vulgar language is unacceptable Presentation for Men Navy, charcoal, or grey suit Suit should be buttoned Always wear long sleeve shirt underneath Conservative,good quality tie Shoes should be clean and match suit Limited accessories Hair and nails should be clean, facial hair should be trimmed Presentation for Women Skirt suit should be a dark color and hemmed to knee length or longer, never shorter Blouse should not be revealing Good quality heels, no sandals Limited accessories Neutral makeup, manicured nails, clean hair, light perfume Partnerships Define clear roles and responsibilities Make sure your partner meets your criteria, form expectations Meet all commitments, verbalize your intentions, create boundaries Always take the opportunity to make others feel valued If you point with your index finger it looks aggressive Keep your palm open and fingers together Recruit the right partner Leave gender rules behind Write down the pronunciation if it is too difficult for most people The host should always pay. Don't cross your legs This may be too sexy for a professional setting Blurred responsibilities lead to power struggles and overall conflict Always stand when being introduced Body Language Work etiquette is a code that governs the expectations of social behavior in a workplace, in a group or a society There are different forms of etiquette Never ask for a to-go box. You are there for business, not for the leftovers A handshake is still professional standard Keep your fingers together when you point Never pull out someone's chair Always break bread with your hands http://business.financialpost.com/2013/08/02/business-etiquette-rules/ https://www.openforum.com/articles/15-vital-business-etiquette-rules/ http://www.career.fsu.edu/img/pdf/guides/DresstoImpress.pdf http://leadinginsight.com/partnering.htm Say your full name Sources Make eye contact This gesture demonstrates that you're polite and confident Introduce others Build trust This makes your presence known, and it is less likely for people to ignore you Show an interest and listen to what others are saying
Transcript: -answer the phone kindly -say hello not hey -if your having personal problems dont take it out on the person your speaking with. -sitting right -elbows not on table -standing straight up Appearance -always introduce the most important first -intoduce yourself with a smile -nice -good language -don't imature -if not they are going to think your not responsible Communication -proper handshake -proper dressed -appropriate language -men should have there nice suit with there shirt tucked in -Due to the different backgrounds, beliefs and cultures that comprise the workforce, businesses find themselves needing resources to train their employees on how to interact with each other and with clients. Business etiquette training is a way to ensure your employees have the tools they need to succeed in professionally representing your business. Body language Office rule -speech - voice tone -proper english Telephone etiquette Time -hair neat and clean -shirt tucked in -shoes clean -smell good -no tatoos or peircing that are visible Job interview skills -always be on time to meetings, appointes, etc. Rules of etiquette Behavior -ladies should be properly dressed Clothing
Transcript: Office Rules and Business Etiquette Make sure you.. Are Well-dressed No gum Showered Smell Good Brush teeth Hair neat and Clean Shoes clean/polished Tasteful makeup/jewlry Clean nails Are not Sloppy Saggy pants Wild makeup/jewlry Visible tattoos No dirty shoes Showing too much skin Dirty Communication Manners and speech are very very important in business. Try and develop your vocabulary. Important skills you need to have is being polite,not using foul language, and always saying please and thank you. Its also important to have good telephone etiqutte. A lot of business is done over the phone. Dont ever make excuses and when you say your going to do something do it. Treat all people with respect. Make sure you dont use slang and dont have a distracting accent. Appearance Behavior Body language is really important on making a good impression. Make sure to give a nice good firm handshake. Try not to be tense or very nervous possible future employers will notice that. Dont intterupt when your being spoken to, Dont ever be late, and dont dress extreme. Job interview skills Dress for the job. Dont put on alot of crazy makeup or distracting jewlery. Dont show too much skin or expose any tattoos. Make sure your hair is clean and neat. You need to stand straight. What you wear leaves a quick impression. Buy a nice classic suit you can wear for a long time. Make sure to brush your teeth and to smell nice. Also make sure your shows are clean and polished and to have clean nails.
Transcript: Bussines Etiquette Dress for business When you dress for bussines you will have to look nice and proffesional no sagging no jeans or t-shirts Restaurant Behavior You got to be well behave in the restaurants and dont be horsing around Hand shaking is very important especially whe n you are meeting an important person or a interview When you go to an interview you have to go well dreesed up proffesionaly Office Rules In the office you have to respect the rules and follow them correctly Hand Shake Interviewing
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