Can Business Etiquette really affect your Career Success?

Acquiring Business Etiquette gives you the opportunity to stand out from your colleagues and from the competition.

Few companies provide specific training on business etiquette and whilst the basics may be common sense, not many women have been told of the positive affect work manners can have on their career.

Whilst knowledge, business acumen and quite often qualifications are crucial, having these does not always set you apart from the competition.

In the current climate jobs are hard to win, so can having impeccable business manners, flawless interview etiquette and great negotiation tactics land you the job or piece of business? I believe it can.

Many of us spend more time with our work colleagues than our family and friends and, like it or not, time spent with these people can form the most significant part of our lives.

Getting on with others in the workplace can have a big influence on how confident and successful we are, and having business manners can definitely make the difference in not just making the workplace more pleasant but also how we are considered by others for promotions.

our reputation is your most important asset in our career, but quite often, we are the last ones to know if it's in disrepute!

So how do you ensure that it is intact and you are highly thought of? By practicing good manners - all the time. This extends to many areas such as:

Business Phone Etiquette

Business Email Etiquette

Business Meeting Etiquette

Business Negotiation Tactics

Some may feel that work is not a popularity contest, but in my experince people work better with people they like, customers do business with people they like and employees are more loyal to bosses they like and respect.

Also, when we are liked, our self esteem increases and we become more productive, and the cycle continues.

Business Etiquette details a mode of conduct that will make you really shine above some of your colleagues.

It is more than just the basics of running a corporate meeting, greeting a new client, or hosting an after-hours social.

When you practice good manners your co-workers should support whatever success you achieve and management will have no concerns over putting you in front of their big clients.


Other Business Etiquette Skills to learn on this Site:

Interview Etiquette

Interview Thank You Letters

Interview Dress Codes


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