Why Business and Dining Etiquette is Important?
If you think just a little knowledge of proper business and dining etiquette is for tea- drinking kings and queens, then you should reconsider. Knowing what, when, how and more importantly why, is the key to your success in todays business world more than ever.
— Jacks on Trinity (@JacksTrinity) July 8, 2015
The business world is more competitive than ever as we are in competition in a global business environment.
Furthermore, here in America, it’s all about your image. We live in any image driven country. It’s no wonder we all have heard of the adage of first impressions make lasting impressions whether good or bad.
Like it or not, your value as an employee is largely determined by how successful you are in portraying a desirable image that represents your companies culture.
In today’s age more and more business is conducted over in executive dining rooms, homes, restaurants and clubs. If you want to be successful in todays business environment, it behoves you to make sure you are on top of your social business and dinning etiquette skills.
INCREASING YOUR BUSINESS AND DINING ETIQUETTE SKILLS WILL:
- Promote strong relationships
- Display your professionalism
- Portray your confidence in yourself
- Help you attain that promotion you want or new job
- Seal the deal
- Make a positive and lasting impression on others
CHANGE YOUR PERCEPTIONS AND YOU CHANGE YOUR REALTY
— Shelley (@bmichelle32) January 10, 2017
Because first impressions do matter, here are 12 dinning tips to make sure you are following. Like wise, here are 65 business etiquette do’s and dont’s that you want to make sure you are implementing.
MAKE SURE YOU ARE NOT SELF SABATAUGING YOUR SUCCESS
Have you ever said to yourself, “I am doing everything right. I am doing what the experts are telling me to do. Yet I am not as successful as I desire to be ?”
If this is the case, here are 25 common biases from Charlie Munger that are worth listening to over and over again. Make sure you learn them or suffer at your own peril.
Summing it all up, considering what is at stake, ie your professional career. It is well worth your time to brush up on your business and dinning etiquette skills. Likewise, a little self education on the psychology of human misjudgment goes a long way. As I always say, “many times in life it’s not what you know that brings you to your demise, it’s what you do not know.”