|Description||People judge you by your actions. Don’t let a social gaffe ruin your career.
In today’s global business climate, it’s more important than ever to maintain good relationships. But as the workforce has expanded and become more diverse, the rules of business etiquette have changed. Things that were once considered standard practice are now serious faux pas, leaving many people feeling unsure about what is appropriate in a professional setting.
If you’ve ever found yourself at a loss on how to react to a situation, then Business Etiquette 101 is exactly what you need. Fun and interactive, it only takes one hour of your time. That means that in almost no time, you’ll brush up on important business etiquette principles, and learn strategies to help develop and maintain relationships that benefit both you and your company.
Learn the skills you need to graciously handle any situation.
Etiquette is so much more than writing thank-you notes or knowing which fork to use. It’s about knowing how to handle any situation with skill and grace, and maintaining professionalism at all times. Deciding what is and isn’t proper professional behavior can be confusing, and the consequences of a wrong decision can have lasting effects.
No matter how confident you are in your manners, everyone could use a refresher course on proper protocol in today’s fast-changing business climate. In this course, you’ll learn all the skills you need to represent yourself professionally in any situation.
Don’t memorize rules, learn the principles!
This isn’t a boring seminar filled with extensive note-taking and memorization. Instead, we’ll teach you some basic guidelines that will allow you to be gracious at all times. By emphasizing principles of consideration, honesty, and respect, you’ll learn a system of etiquette that will allow you to avoid social gaffes in any business setting.
Your Conference Agenda Includes ...
• Dressing the part
• Mastering introductions
• Handling business meals and parties
• Gift-giving and receiving, including thank-you notes
• Exchanging business cards
• Telephone, fax, and e-mail protocol