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  1. 1. Corporate Etiquettes<br />
  2. 2. <ul><li>Meaning
  3. 3. Why Etiquettes….?
  4. 4. Forms of Corporate Etiquettes</li></ul>Agenda<br />
  5. 5. "Business etiquette is the subtle, redefining difference which enables people to excel and succeed in today’s corporate culture."<br />
  6. 6. Why Etiquettes….?<br /><ul><li>Global workforce, International clients ,Joint ventures Educated work force has redefined social & business etiquettes and manners of Indian business culture.
  7. 7. Appearances, attitudes and behaviors of employees has become direct reflections of company and brand.
  8. 8. Knowing how to conduct oneself with confidence and ease can determine whether one gets project, lands the contract or moves up the corporate ladder
  9. 9. Thus it become essential for professionals to know theright things to do at corporate formal get together ,lunches , dinners and social events</li></li></ul><li>Forms of corporate etiquettes<br />Meeting etiquette<br />Wardrobe etiquette<br />Dinning etiquette<br />
  10. 10. Meeting Etiquettes<br />Arrive early<br />Come Prepared<br />Do not Interrupt<br />Abstain from Electronics<br />Speak in turn<br />Keep your Question Brief<br />Be patient and calm<br />
  11. 11. Wardrobe Etiquettes<br />Grooming is fundamental<br /><ul><li>Hair clean and styled appropriately
  12. 12. Clean nails, skin and teeth
  13. 13. Many professionals wear make-up (depends on field)
  14. 14. Check fragrance and clothing care</li></ul>Wardrobe<br /><ul><li>Professional Business Wardrobe</li></ul> For women: skirted/pant suit, blouse or dress shirt, clean well maintained dress shoes (generally closed-toe shoe)<br /> For men: suit, dress shirt, tie (well maintained dress shoes)<br /><ul><li>Outerwear</li></ul> Appropriate for women/men: Trench coat, umbrella<br />
  15. 15. Dinning Etiquettes<br />Table Settings<br />Solids to the left – Liquids to the right<br />Pick up silverware from the outside in – toward your plate<br />Put napkin on lap as soon as host does. Napkins remain on your lap until completion of meal. Never use as a bib.<br />Ordering<br />Take your lead from your host when ordering<br />Service<br />Wait for your host/hostess to pick up his/her fork to eat first.<br />Wait until everyone at the table has been served before beginning to eat. <br />Never reach across the table for something, always ask for it to be passed.<br />Food is served from the left and dishes are cleared from the right.<br />
  16. 16. Thank You<br />