Business Etiquette Articles - Page 2 — Knoji
Auto Beauty Business Culture Dieting DIY Events Fashion Finance Food Freelancing Gardening Health Hobbies Home Internet Jobs Law Local Media Men's Health Mobile Nutrition Parenting Pets Pregnancy Products Psychology Real Estate Relationships Science Seniors Sports Technology Travel Wellness Women's Health
Business Etiquette
<  All Business & Management
Accounting & Finance
Advertising
Business Etiquette
Business Strategy & Competi...
Business Tools
Customer Service
Enterprise Software
Entrepreneurship & Startups...
Human Resources & Payroll
International Trade
Leadership & Management
Marketing and Branding
Operations & Management
Outsourcing & Hiring Consul...
PR & Public Relations
Productivity & Time Managem...
Quality & QA
Restaurant & Foodservice Bu...
Retail Small Business
Sales
Small Business
Transportation & Logistics
UK Business
Congratulation Messages for Shop Opening! If you wish to send congratulation messages for shop opening, then you have reached the right spot. In this article you will find plenty of thoughtful and inspiring sample congratulation messages for shop opening. Read on to choose the perfect congratulation message for shop opening.
Published by Ruby 69 months ago in Business Etiquette | +6 votes | 1 comments
There are times when we have to think about resigning from a company and this article focuses on resignation tips that will help you leave with dignity. As you move forward in your career path, these resignation tips will keep you positive and focused for your next position. The resignation tips listed are beneficial to all employees and all types of industries.
Published by Sandy James 70 months ago in Business Etiquette | +18 votes | 2 comments
Whether it is our workplace or our home or a social gathering like a party we have to meet new people every day. This obviously calls for various sorts of formal introductions in order to make the surrounding atmosphere warm and comfortable for everybody. ‘Ignorance might be bliss’ but definitely not in the case of introducing people to each other. We usually have a tendency to forget names and designation of the people with whom we have to deal frequently.
Published by NEHA JOSHI 73 months ago in Business Etiquette | +4 votes | 6 comments
The field of study which involves interpretation of Body Language such as facial expression and gestures is called Kinesics. Knowledge of reading and understanding Body Language is an asset for all of us as it gives us an insight into the way people communicate through their non-verbal gestures. Knowledge of interpreting the body language of the people with whom we communicate adds value to our professional skills.
Published by NEHA JOSHI 73 months ago in Business Etiquette | +2 votes | 3 comments
In today's corporate world it has become mandatory for every manager to know the basic etiquette norms. Companies are investing a lot of money and effort in the overall development of their employees and a major part of that development deals with etiquette training. What is etiquette? Etiquette is a code of social behavior. Different cultures would have different etiquette norms for different situations but the general guidelines are built around the same framework. Everybody wants to be known ...
Published by NEHA JOSHI 235 months ago in Business Etiquette | +0 votes | 0 comments
In today's corporate world it has become mandatory for every manager to know the basic etiquette norms. Companies are investing a lot of money and effort in the overall development of their employees and a major part of that development deals with etiquette training. What is etiquette? Etiquette is a code of social behavior. Different cultures would have different etiquette norms for different situations but the general guidelines are built around the same framework.
Published by NEHA JOSHI 73 months ago in Business Etiquette | +1 votes | 2 comments
We have all experienced a situation where we try to avoid making a conversation with strangers because we are not confident of the fact whether they will like our conversational skills or not. On the contrary there are some people who don't even take a second to break the ice and can smoothly converse with anybody. What separates the conversationalists from the non-conversationalists?
Published by NEHA JOSHI 73 months ago in Business Etiquette | +3 votes | 1 comments
Communication fear is not an uncommon situation and many people encounter some or the other problem while communicating with people. Fear to communicate can be a barrier to sharing your views with others effectively. There are many simple methods you can follow to get rid of this fear and this article highlights some best practices on how you can overcome the fear of communication.
Published by BuzzingWinds 74 months ago in Business Etiquette | +1 votes | 0 comments
Meetings are common in almost all business environments and an effective communication in such meetings therefore becomes essential to come out with unanimously agreed upon results. To make your communication effective, a more professional approach is required while you speak and share your ideas in the meeting. Effective communication is a business etiquette every individual should learn to follow.
Published by BuzzingWinds 74 months ago in Business Etiquette | +1 votes | 0 comments
When you write an e-mail, you focus on sharing important information with or getting a response from one or more recipients. The way your e-mail is perceived by the recipients depends on the elements of e-mail etiquette you have followed while writing the e-mail. This article includes some common best practices that covers the basic e-mail writing etiquette you should consider in any business environment.
Published by BuzzingWinds 74 months ago in Business Etiquette | +2 votes | 0 comments
A letter of resignation also called a notice to terminate employment--- is a formal letter that notifies a manager that his employee will be leaving the job and/or the company to pursue other career interest or whatever the case may be. The letter should be concise and respectful, depicting a positive tone overall.
Published by Donata L. 74 months ago in Business Etiquette | +26 votes | 12 comments
Many companies and office managers still find it necessary to use a live person to communicate via phone. In order to keep a good flow of communication between outside clients, vendors, and staff, managers employ competent secretaries, receptionist, and administrative assistants to receive their calls for them, and to also return messages when they are unable to. The most important thing to remember when writing a business message is to be sure that you accurately record pertinent information in...
Published by Donata L. 74 months ago in Business Etiquette | +19 votes | 9 comments
Online bullying in the writing community is a growing menace and like a hydra-headed monster; it is continually rearing its ugly heads. Who is a bully and how can you identify them? What are their psychological make that makes them act the way they do? How do you handle them? This article will answer all these questions.
Published by A. Smith 74 months ago in Business Etiquette | +20 votes | 17 comments
What do you think about referencing? Do you use proper referencing? Are you claiming works that are not yours? Do your give proper accreditation as at when due? I believe the answers to these questions are right there before you. In this article, I have tried to answer all these questions and other issues surrounding when and how to properly use references for our write ups.
Published by A. Smith 74 months ago in Business Etiquette | +14 votes | 7 comments
1 2 3 4 >>
All Experts
#1 - Donata L.
#2 - Rana Sinha
#3 - A. Smith
#4 - Knojiwriter
#5 - Roberta Baxter
#6 - Athena Goodlight...
#7 - Jeffrey Tymczak
#8 - Sandy James
#9 - Ramz
#10 - Girish Gehlod
#11 - DeviPriya Mahara...
#12 - NEHA JOSHI
#13 - Christy Birmingh...
#14 - Amanda Wilkins
#15 - Colin Dovey
#16 - Rae Morvay
#17 - Roland Millward
#18 - revuu
#19 - Deepti
#20 - Ruby