Liz’s 10 Etiquette Tips to Build Stronger Relationships
Posted by Liz Taylor Sep 02, 2016
#10) RSVP as quickly as possible.
#9) Say thank you twice: Once at the end of your meeting and twice over a hand written thank you note.
#8) Know that your actions outside of work affect you and your company.
#7) Don't let your cell phone control you. Leave it on silent and check text and voice messages in private.
#6) Let a caller know if they are on speakerphone.
#5) Bring a hostess gift if you are attending a person's home for dinner—a bottle of wine, bouquet of flowers or gourmet chocolates are excellent options.
#4) Don't be late. Ever.
#3) When networking, keep your right hand free for handshaking.
#2) Don't forget to use the classics: “please,” “thank you” and “you're welcome.” Sincere eye contact and a genuine smile help too.
#1) If you make a commitment, stick to it.
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—Chuck Bokar, Principal, Design Resource Center
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—Brad Guck, District Manager, Administaff
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