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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 65 months ago in Business Etiquette | +6 votes | 1 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 68 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 69 months ago in Business Etiquette | +2 votes | 3 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 69 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 70 months ago in Business Etiquette | +1 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. 70 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. 70 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 70 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 70 months ago in Business Etiquette | +14 votes | 7 comments
Employee recognition day is rapidly approaching. Keep in mind that national employee recognition day is always observed the first Friday in March. This year employee recognition day is Friday, Mar 2, 2012. When employees are recognized and shown appreciation, they are most likely to go above and beyond job expectations, demonstrate loyalty, and experience increased job satisfaction. Hence, managers and supervisors you should mark your calendars for this date. Managers, how do you plan to celebr...
Published by Donata L. 71 months ago in Business Etiquette | +27 votes | 13 comments
Product reviews do very well in the search engines; they bring in very high amounts of traffic. In short, a product review is a fully developed and fully researched presentation about any given product. Product reviews shed light for all consumers to help them determine if the product is right for the consumer. These types of reviews can be about any type of product. For the most part, product reviews should be based on a product that people know little or nothing about. If it is a product ...
Published by Pete Williams 230 months ago in Business Etiquette | +0 votes | 0 comments
For business emails, inserting an effective email signature takes a message from ordinary and forgettable to professional and persuasive. The statement holds true regardless of the email program used.
Published by Christy Birmingham 73 months ago in Business Etiquette | +10 votes | 8 comments
Forms of Business Organization It is significant that the business proprietor critically reflects on the different types of business organization — forms like partnership, sole proprietorship, as well as corporation.
Published by Gazu Lakhotia 74 months ago in Business Etiquette | +0 votes | 0 comments
Different types of business communication Different types of business communication subsist in the office; nevertheless, be conscious that a number of them are more effectual than others. The four types of business communication are as follows
Published by Gazu Lakhotia 74 months ago in Business Etiquette | +1 votes | 1 comments
Importance of Business Communication All 3 forms of communication are significant for a successful business. The printed communications can provide as a documentation of some forms at the same time the phone discussions can make easy the commencement of a big business association.
Published by Gazu Lakhotia 74 months ago in Business Etiquette | +0 votes | 0 comments
Business gifts are very acceptable in Kinshasa as since the introduction of a monetary system in the Congo the business community see the acquisition of goods, trinkets and other material things is the way to move forward in the 21st Century.
Published by Amanda Wilkins 75 months ago in Business Etiquette | +3 votes | 0 comments
You don’t just want to go into business… you want your business to be successful and rewarding!To be rewarding, the business will have to meet your standards.
Published by Jo 230 months ago in Business Etiquette | +0 votes | 0 comments
In general in Kano gifts are given in business to promote goodwill and foster good relationships. It is considered polite to give a gift of fruit, nuts or chocolates and all of these you can purchase for under $100.
Published by Amanda Wilkins 75 months ago in Business Etiquette | +2 votes | 1 comments
In order to conduct business successfully in Uruguay, Uruguay's negotiation etiquette and practices must be learned to create the best grounds for negotiations possible.
Published by Tim Yu 78 months ago in Business Etiquette | +1 votes | 0 comments
Basic Generic Ettiquette practises for offline and Online Communication appropriate for Saudi Arabia.
Published by Maeve Johnson 78 months ago in Business Etiquette | +2 votes | 0 comments
Finland is much different in its business culture in comparison to that of the West. As when doing business with any new culture, it is best to learn as much as possible about their culture in general, as well as in the business world.
Published by Linda Smith 79 months ago in Business Etiquette | +3 votes | 1 comments
When doing business with others, it is a good strategy to know as much as you can about them, their products, and their company. When dealing with those outside the Western world, it is important to understand the various cultures, and business etiquette of our neighbors such as Ethiopia. The business world of Ethiopia is different than that of the Western world.
Published by Linda Smith 79 months ago in Business Etiquette | +3 votes | 2 comments
Cross cultural etiquette is an important aspect of international business in the modern age. This article explores the etiquette one must keep in mind while visiting India.
Published by DeviPriya Maharana 80 months ago in Business Etiquette | +11 votes | 8 comments
Importance of principles of management The following are the main reasons which highlight the importance of the principles of Management: (1) Improving efficiency of managers: Management principles serve as a guideline for doing work with greater efficiency. These principles help managers to take a more realistic view of different managerial problems and to direct human behavior effectively. The conscious manager can become more effective by using the established management principles to solve...
Published by Gazu Lakhotia 80 months ago in Business Etiquette | +3 votes | 2 comments
The company Publish America is a “MAJOR” book publishing company on the East Coast. For those of you who have not heard of them they are an online publisher that seek out NEW authors to exploit their work and make money off of them while they swindle the author. They make promises to the author which are not carried out or true at all. The one promise that is carried out is they do publish your work without you having to pay them. In fact they send you a check for $1 to seal the contract...
Published by Knojiwriter 80 months ago in Business Etiquette | +2 votes | 28 comments
Contents of the Memorandum of Association The Memorandum of Association contains the following clauses: (1) Name clause: The name of the proposed company is mentioned in this clause. The name of a company must end the word ‘Limited’ in the case of a public company and the words ‘Private Limited’ in the case of a private company. The name should not be identical with the name of any existing company. The name should not create an impression that the company is car...
Published by Gazu Lakhotia 81 months ago in Business Etiquette | +1 votes | 1 comments
How to show proper e-mail etiquette at work?
Published by ariel nacion 81 months ago in Business Etiquette | +2 votes | 1 comments
Telephone etiquette at the office requires that you are polite, concise, professional and considerate. Knowing how to answer the office telephone correctly and make calls can help you succeed at work.
Published by B W1 82 months ago in Business Etiquette | +1 votes | 3 comments
Effective communication is an inseparable part of successful organizations. Better Communication ensures productivity, job satisfaction, better relationships at workplace and utilization of resources.
Published by revuu 82 months ago in Business Etiquette | +6 votes | 5 comments
This is about the use of voicemail and modern corporate communications that is what will most frustrating, and customer unfriendly ways in which a large corporation can alienate their customers.by using this particular form of torture they may think they are saving money when the truth is they can very easily cost them far more money than they can save.
Published by John Carter 84 months ago in Business Etiquette | +2 votes | 3 comments
Depending on your job, there is often at least some part of it which revolves around the ability to communicate in writing. This can take a variety of forms, i.e. by letter, memo, menu compilation, brochures and of course e-mail.
Published by Colin Dovey 230 months ago in Business Etiquette | +0 votes | 0 comments
We ALL have a right to be respected, but this ends when we fail to respect others. Moreover, we should, especially in a Management role, to make sure that employees are mindful of the feelings of others.
Published by Colin Dovey 85 months ago in Business Etiquette | +7 votes | 4 comments
As described by Katherine Miller, Fayol’s theory incorporates a system that is “highly structured, and each individual knows where he or she fits” (9). As with many high school and college aged workers, available jobs often come with restrained and clearly defined roles, to be carried out without question to the specifications of our direct supervisor or company policy.
Published by Danny Hauger 85 months ago in Business Etiquette | +0 votes | 1 comments
Often, in today's society we use text, e-mail, and letters to let candidates know they weren't selected. Professional courtesy or business etiquette dictates that you call those who were interviewed and let them know.
Published by Darrel Hammon 86 months ago in Business Etiquette | +3 votes | 3 comments
Achieving Wealth and Success: Prosperity is Within Your Grasp. Growing up everyone has a dream, whether it be a specific career, travel the world, or even how they would spend the rest of their lives.
Published by Girish Gehlod 88 months ago in Business Etiquette | +10 votes | 3 comments
12 Do's and Don't of phone usage at the workplace. Should I attend to personal conversations in the office? Is it okay to talk in the bathroom? Do I need to switch off my cellphone?.,...All the manners you need to know on using Phones (cellphone & desk-phone) in the office.
Published by Deepti 89 months ago in Business Etiquette | +6 votes | 2 comments
Cultural mistakes while doing business with India can be a big handicap. The right attitude helps you form mutually beneficial relationships in spite of the many cultural mistakes you might make. Here are some do notÂ’s of business behaviour in India.
Published by Rana Sinha 90 months ago in Business Etiquette | +27 votes | 8 comments
Work Ethics is a crucial factor in work dynamics. Here is a list of Bad Manners at work that Work Ethics teaches us to avoid.
Published by Ramz 90 months ago in Business Etiquette | +15 votes | 4 comments
How important it is to be on time for your job everyday.
Published by Kasandra & Robert Cherry 103 months ago in Business Etiquette | +1 votes | 8 comments