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Title: Business Etiquette 101


1
Business Etiquette 101
  • Presented by Robert Hogeda Access Group

2
What is Etiquette?
  • A fancy word for getting along with others
  • Politeness
  • Poise
  • Confidence
  • A code that governs the expectations of social
    behavior

3
Why Do We Need Etiquette?
  • Theres no such thing as a vacation from good
    manners.
  • To be at ease by showing more confidence and
    poise in business social situations.
  • Increases the likelihood that your calls,
    appointments and emails will be received
    positively.
  • To come across as the polished professional you
    really are!

4
Etiquette In the Office
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Make a Good First Impression
  • You meet a colleague for the first time. How do
    you introduce yourself?
  • Give them a big hug
  • Say Whats up dudecool to meet you.
  • Say Im (name), nice to meet you.
  • Offer a firm handshake and make eye-contact
  • Both C and D

6
Make a Good First Impression
  • Avoid slang
  • Establish eye contact
  • Avoid the hug
  • Avoid a limp handshake
  • Always introduce yourself
  • Know who should be introduced first
  • Higher-ups first
  • Females before males
  • Present a business card
  • If a higher up, only do this if they do it first

7
Dress for Success
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Dress for Success
  • Its Casual Fridaywhat would you wear to the
    office?
  • Guys Girls
  • A business suit A. A business suit
  • Shorts and sandals B. A mini skirt and halter
    top
  • Ripped jeans C. Tight jeans
  • Khakis and a polo D. Nice slacks and a nice
    blouse

9
Dress for Success
  • Dress for the occasion
  • Avoid over-accessorizing
  • Steer clear of anything too gaudy, too short, or
    too tight
  • Think of Casual Friday as if it were an
    ordinary day without a necktie or business suit
    and, you still have to look professional!

10
Cubicle Etiquette
  • Imagine an invisible door. Dont just enter
    someones cubicle.
  • If they look deep in thought, leave them alone.
  • If they are on the phone, dont try to get their
    attention with gestures.
  • Be aware how your voice projects.
  • Speaker phones and cubes dont mix.

11
Cubicle Etiquette
  • Others can hear what you say, and could judge you
    by your words.
  • Keep personal phone conversations to a minimum.
  • Dont be a cubicle lurker.
  • Keep your cubicle neat and uncluttered.

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Netiquette Internet Manners
  • I need this ASAP
  • Come see me now
  • Why did you tell them this?
  • I NEED MORE TIME
  • Meet me in the braek room
  • To jennifer_at_nmsu.edu
  • Cc robert_at_nmsu.edu
  • Cc Sandi_at_nmsu.edu
  • Cc matt_at_nmsu.edu

Why are these rude/annoying??
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Netiquette Internet Manners
  • Be concise, clear, and conversational in style
  • Your words are a forward or blind-copy away from
    anyone
  • Dont abuse the Cc button
  • Spel check, spell chek, speill chick
  • Avoid the chain mail trap
  • Dont be too informal
  • In most instances, use lowercase
  • Uppercase implies shouting

15
The 5 Commandments
  • E-mail only those to whom the message pertains
  • M-ake a point to respond promptly
  • A-lways check spelling and grammar
  • I-nclude your telephone number in your
    message
  • L-earn nettiquette

What you write can be forever stored!!
16
Etiquette outside of the office
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Travel Dos and Donts
  • Flying is the most common mode of transportation.
    While flying, remember
  • Get to the airport early
  • Dont hold up the security line
  • Dress appropriately
  • Be considerate when walking down the aisles
  • Share the armrest
  • Dont recline your seat all the way back

18
More Dos and Donts
  • Drink water, not alcohol
  • Mind your business
  • Dont talk to your neighbor unless they want to
  • Avoid getting up and down
  • When exiting, let those in front of you exit
    first

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Tipping While Traveling
  • You are in a hurry at the airport, so you
    check your bags at the curb. You check 2 bags.
    What should you tip the skycap?
  • 1
  • Nothing hes just doing his job
  • 2
  • Tipping?? Whats tipping?

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Tipping Cheat Sheet
  • Sky Cap
  • 1 per bag
  • If several bags, should tip more. (3 bags 5)
  • Hotel Bellhop (dependent on level of hotel)
  • Holding bags - 1 per bag or more if several bags
  • Bringing something to the room - 2
  • Something extra - 5
  • Maid If there for an extended period, tip 1-2
    per day
  • Shuttle bus driver
  • 1 for the ride, or 2 if they help with your
    bags
  • Waiter
  • 15 to 20 depending on level of service
  • Taxi Driver
  • 10 to 15 of the fare
  • 50 cents is a minimum

21
The Social Event
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Social Situations How not to be a Social Outcast
  • At the company Holiday Party, John/Sarah drinks
    a little too much eggnog. He/she starts dancing
    provocatively, flirting with everyone (including
    the boss spouse), then trips and falls down in
    front of everyone there. What are the
    consequences?
  • Big promotion the next day.
  • Respect of all his colleagues.
  • Being talked and whispered about.
  • Word gets around the office/building/industry.
  • Both C and D

23
Social Situations How not to be a Social Outcast
  • View the event as an opportunity to network.
  • Prepare some small talk in advance.
  • Mingle and circulate. Dont be a clique!
  • Dress appropriately
  • Go easy on the food and drink.
  • Seek out the host to show appreciation for the
    event.
  • Dont overstay your welcome.
  • Remember, people are taking notes. Dont give
    them a performance they will remember forever.

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Eating in Public
  • You sit at the table and want to take a drink
    of water. There is a glass on your left and
    right. Which one do you drink from?
  • Right
  • Left
  • Grab one from another table
  • Forget it, I will go thirsty!!

26
A Typical Place Setting
27
You Might See This Too
28
Eating in Public
  • You excuse yourself to use the restroom.
    Where do you place your napkin?
  • On the floor
  • Folded on the table
  • On your chair
  • Take it with you

29
Napkin Etiquette
  • The napkin will be placed either to the left of
    the forks, beneath the forks, or on the plate. In
    a fancy restaurant, it may be in the water glass.
  • Wait for the host or guest of honor to pick up
    his/her napkin first.
  • After the hosts or guest of honors napkin is in
    place, gently place your napkin in your lap.
  • In more upscale restaurants, the waiter places
    your napkin on your lap for you.

30
Napkin Etiquette Continued
  • It is not necessary to fully open a large napkin
    just fold it in half.
  • You can completely open a smaller luncheon
    napkin.
  • Use your napkin to dab the corners of your mouth
    only
  • Never blow your nose or wipe off lipstick with
    your napkin.

31
Napkin Etiquette Continued
  • When you excuse yourself from the table, place
    you napkin neatly on your chair.
  • Dont be surprised if there is new napkin in its
    place. The waiter will sometimes replace it.
  • When you have finished your meal and you are
    leaving the table, place the napkin to the left
    of your plate.
  • Do not put it back in the napkin ring.

32
Eating in Public
  • You have finished eating your meal. How do
    you let the waiter know?
  • Yell at him.
  • Mash your napkin on your plate so you wont eat
    anymore.
  • Push your plate(s) away from you.
  • Place your utensils at 1020 (10 and 4).

33
Remember
  • Eat from the outside in
  • Liquids to the right, solids to the left
  • 5 letters D-R-I-N-K / R-I-G-H-T
  • 4 letters F-O-O-D / L-E-F-T
  • No elbows on the table
  • Dont talk with your mouth full
  • Use your napkin properly
  • Have good posture
  • Pace yourself Dont eat too fast or slow
  • No makeup at the table
  • Dont use your cell phone
  • Pass correctly Dont reach over people.
  • Pass salt and pepper together

34
Cell Phones Necessity or Burden?
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Cell Phone Quiz
  • I keep my cell phone on during meetings so
    everyone can reach me.
  • I answer the phone in a restaurant.
  • I tend to talk louder on my cell phone than I do
    using a landline.
  • I instantly answer my phone when it rings no
    matter how many people are close around me.

37
How Did You Fare?
  • Yes to 4 statements You are reachable but others
    probably think you are rude.
  • Yes to 3 statements Now youre maybe a little
    lower on the rude scale.
  • Yes to 1 or 2 statements You are more civil than
    most cell users.
  • No to all statements You are the master of cell
    phone etiquette.

38
Cell Dos and Cell Donts
  • Use your inside voice or even quieter.
  • Walk away from others when talking.
  • Turn your phone off or on vibrate during events.
  • Never answer your phone during an event.
  • Be careful when driving.

39
Common Etiquette Mistakes
  • Making introductions in the wrong order.
  • Showing up late for an important appointment.
  • Talking on your cell at the table or during
    events.
  • Improper napkin use.
  • Drinking too much at functions.
  • Improper uses of email.
  • Walking into a persons cubicle without asking
    permission.

40
Yeah, great stuff, but when will I use it?
  • Work
  • Conferences
  • On the phone
  • Traveling
  • Dining
  • Social events
  • In line at store
  • Online
  • Entertaining
  • Driving

Etiquette is the key to surviving all human
contact with your self-esteem, sense of humor,
and self-confidence intact!!
41
In Conclusion
Your manners are always under examination, and
by committees little suspected, awarding or
denying you very high prizes when you least
expect it -Ralph Waldo Emerson
42
Questions or Stories?
Thank you very much for your participation. Now
go out and wow em with your manners!
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