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A presentation in Supply Chain Young Talent Road Show 2012 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam …

A presentation in Supply Chain Young Talent Road Show 2012 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Presenter: Mr. Banabas Chiang, Consultant/Trainer, Barnyard Consultancy

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  • 1. Talent Development Programme Business Etiquette TDP-BE-001-R1Trainer: Barnabas Chiang BARN YARD Talent Development
  • 2. Table of ContentsEssential Etiquette• Dress for Success• Personal Grooming• Personal HealthSocial Etiquette• Social Engagement• Crafting ConversationWine & Dine Etiquette• Perfect Host & Pleasant Guest• Wine Appreciation
  • 3. House RulesMobile Phones• Switch to SILENCE• Answer calls outside the classParticipation• Feel free to express• Respect other’s opinion• Join in all activities to maximize your learning experience
  • 4. ObjectivesAfter the workshop, Learners will be able to:• Display a professional and successful self-image• Create a good and lasting First Impression• Attend any social / networking event with confident• Facilitate a successful dinning / networking event
  • 5. Essential Etiquette First impressions CountDress for Success - Man Executive Wear Smart Casual Wear NOT Recommended
  • 6. Essential Etiquette First impressions CountDress for Success - Woman Smart Casual Wear Executive Wear NOT Recommended
  • 7. Essential EtiquettePersonal Grooming Nails Facial Care
  • 8. Essential EtiquettePersonal Grooming Makeup
  • 9. Essential EtiquettePersonal Health Oral Odor Body Odor
  • 10. Social Etiquette Social EngagementSmile Confident Name Card Naturally Hand Shake Feet Apart Self-Introduce
  • 11. Social EtiquetteIntroduction Protocol Business (FIRST) • Within Company – By Hierarchy By Service Seniority • Company / Customer– Customer • Company / Supplier – Company • Company / Family – Colleague
  • 12. Social EtiquetteIntroduction ProtocolIntroducer:Mr. X, please meet Ms. Z, our new Account Manager.Ms. Z, please meet Mr. X, our Director.Mr. X:Ms. Z, welcome to Barnyard.Ms. Z:Mr. X, It is my honor to be working in Barnyard.
  • 13. Social EtiquetteIntroduction Protocol Social (FIRST) • Age Difference – Older (Respect) • Gender – Lady • Group / Single – Single
  • 14. Social EtiquetteCrafting Conversation emembering Names Mr. Bean… Mr. Bean… Mr. Bean…
  • 15. Social EtiquetteCrafting Conversation Ask Open Questions Avoid sensitive subjects Speak the TruthArt of Communication
  • 16. Wine & DinePerfect Host & Pleasant Guest Perfect Host Pleasant Guest• Don’t Be Late • Be On Time• Guide / Propose Menu • Don’t be Fussy• Show Hospitability • Follow After the Host
  • 17. Wine & DinePerfect Host & Pleasant Guest Meal Planning Seating Arrangement• No. of People • Guest on Right / Left Side• Purpose of the Meal • Seat by Interest• Venue & Meal Choice • Hierarchy Gap
  • 18. Wine & Dine Know Your LimitsEntertainment Drinking MUST AVOID• Drinking with Empty Stomach• Bottoms Up• Mixture of Drinks• Drink Below your Limits
  • 19. Wine & DineWine Appreciation Holding A Wine Glass
  • 20. Wine & DineWine Appreciation See Smell Taste
  • 21. Wine & DineWine Appreciation Blending Wine with Food

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