• Dress for Success• Good Attitude and Proper Manners• Follow up
Women Men• Solid color, conservative suit • Solid color, conservative suit• Coordinated blouse • White long sleeve shirt• Moderate shoes • Conservative tie• Limited jewelry • Dark socks, professional shoes• Neat, professional hairstyle • Very limited jewelry• Tan or light hosiery • Neat, professional hairstyle• Sparse make-up & perfume • Go easy on the aftershave• Manicured nails • Neatly trimmed nails• Portfolio or briefcase • Portfolio or briefcase
Attitude Manners• Be Positive • Be Punctual• Be Confident • Be Polite• Possess Good Body • Be Attentive Language • Be Interested • Have a Winning Exit
Follow up• Thank you letter/email• Know your time frame• Consider all recipients• Proofread carefully
Dining Etiquette• Prior to the meal• During the meal• After the meal
• Take notice of those continually advancing in the profession.• A positive outlook and friendly disposition will go a long way in improving your conversation.• Keep up to date on the latest developments in your particular field.• Courtesy, genuine interest, and a little preparation will give you an advantage in your ability to converse with others.
• Be polite• Ask appropriate questions• Keep it short• Maintain eye contact and personal space• Use appropriate language
• Speak politely and in a positive tone of voice, as if you were face-to-face.• Speak slowly and clearly.• Apologize for rudeness if interrupted during a social event.• If conversing with a knowingly “busy” person, be brief and to the point.• Be considerate of what time you are calling.
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