Professor Ken Jones      IS 3113   Kevin Bryant    Nick Henson
• Interview• Dining• Social• Telephone
• Dress for Success• Good Attitude and Proper Manners• Follow up
 Women                               Men•   Solid color, conservative suit   •   Solid color, conservative suit•   Coord...
 Attitude             Manners• Be Positive         • Be Punctual• Be Confident        • Be Polite• Possess Good Body   •...
 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
Pre-meal• Reservations• Punctuality• Seating
During the meal• Place Setting• Table Manners• General Etiquette
Post Meal• Picking up the tab• Tip
• Take notice of those continually advancing in the  profession.• A positive outlook and friendly disposition will go a  l...
• 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 ...
References• Doyle, A. (n.d.). Manner, meals, and interviews. About.com, Retrieved  from http://jobsearch.about.com/cs/inte...
•Doyle, Alison. "Dressing for Success - What to Wear on an Interview." Job Search -Job Search, Employment & Career Advice ...
•"The Post Interview Follow Up-Your Job Interview." Job Interviews-Your Job Interview.Web. 01 Dec. 2011.<http://www.yourjo...
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Business etiquette

  1. 1. Professor Ken Jones IS 3113 Kevin Bryant Nick Henson
  2. 2. • Interview• Dining• Social• Telephone
  3. 3. • Dress for Success• Good Attitude and Proper Manners• Follow up
  4. 4.  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
  5. 5.  Attitude  Manners• Be Positive • Be Punctual• Be Confident • Be Polite• Possess Good Body • Be Attentive Language • Be Interested • Have a Winning Exit
  6. 6.  Follow up• Thank you letter/email• Know your time frame• Consider all recipients• Proofread carefully
  7. 7. Dining Etiquette• Prior to the meal• During the meal• After the meal
  8. 8. Pre-meal• Reservations• Punctuality• Seating
  9. 9. During the meal• Place Setting• Table Manners• General Etiquette
  10. 10. Post Meal• Picking up the tab• Tip
  11. 11. • 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.
  12. 12. • Be polite• Ask appropriate questions• Keep it short• Maintain eye contact and personal space• Use appropriate language
  13. 13. • 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.
  14. 14. References• Doyle, A. (n.d.). Manner, meals, and interviews. About.com, Retrieved from http://jobsearch.about.com/cs/interviews/a/interviewdining.htm• Adams, Susan. "How To Follow Up After A Job Interview - Forbes.com." Information for the Worlds Business Leaders - Forbes.com. 1 Mar. 2011. Web. 01 Dec. 2011. <http://www.forbes.com/2011/03/01/job-interview- follow-up-leadership-careers-advice.html>.• "Career Service Center." Udel.edu. University of Delaware. Web. <http://www.udel.edu/CSC/pdfs/BusinessDiningEtiquette.pdf>.• "Dining Etiquette Guide, Dining Etiquette, Table Etiquette, Eating Etiquette, Table Manners, Dinner Party Manners, United States Dining Table Manners, Dinner Etiquette, Restaurant Dining Etiquette, Food Etiquette Guide." Whats Cooking America, Christmas Dinner Planning, Prime Rib Roast Dinner, Christmas Cookie Recipes. Web. 01 Dec. 2011. http://whatscookingamerica.net/Menu/DiningEtiquetteGuide.htm.
  15. 15. •Doyle, Alison. "Dressing for Success - What to Wear on an Interview." Job Search -Job Search, Employment & Career Advice from About.com. Web. 01 Dec. 2011.<http://jobsearch.about.com/od/interviewsnetworking/a/dressforsuccess.htm>.•Doyle, A. (n.d.). Manner, meals, and interviews. About.com, Retrieved fromhttp://jobsearch.about.com/cs/interviews/a/interviewdining.htm•Dress for Success - by OfficeSkills.org." Office Skills. Web. 15 Nov. 2011.<http://officeskills.org/dress-for-success.html>.•Galloway, K. (n.d.). Social etiquette at functions. AskMen, Retrieved fromhttp://www.askmen.com/top_10/entertainment/top-10-etiquette-for-social-functions_1.html•"Practical Conversation Tips." Conversation Secrets (2007). Conversation StartersFor Every Situation. Web. 01 Dec. 2011.<http://www.conversationtalk.com/conversation-tips.html>.•"Job Interviews." Job Interviews-Your Job Interview. Web. 01 Dec. 2011.<http://www.yourjobinterview.com/>.
  16. 16. •"The Post Interview Follow Up-Your Job Interview." Job Interviews-Your Job Interview.Web. 01 Dec. 2011.<http://www.yourjobinterview.com/The_Post_Interview_Follow_Up.html>.

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