News and Articles About Etiquette
We're not talking about illegal practices, like email span, but rather strategies that fall under the gray areas of marketing etiquette.
The casual-dining giant wants you to play and pay with its shiny, new tablets. Not yours, and specifically not on Tuesdays. Check, please.
Want to make an impression and differentiate yourself and your company? Do it in writing.
Sitting at a computer screen, people often get 'keyboard courage,' freely criticizing others without considering ramifications. When this happens to you, here is how to handle it.
Yes, manners manner, especially as you establish yourself as a professional.
Many of us are tempted to deflect kind words, but that may be doing more hard than good.
If you want to connect with people, you have to let them know you're listening. Here's how.
It takes a lot to set your business career on a path to success but failure can begin with just being a boor.
Consulting a wise, experienced mentor can take your business to the next level. Here's what you should consider to get the most out of the relationship.
While you try to grow your contacts online, steer clear of these practices. Or you might see your contact list shrink.
The sooner you get off the nonstop narcissism train, the better. Here's why.
Beyond common sense, these suggestions outline the more nuanced details when eating at nicer restaurants.
Can't quite pull the trigger on unfollowing someone? Baby steps.
On trips abroad, the local customs, dress code and etiquette are often very different.
It's never ok to interview in your underwear. Not even on Skype. Get a clue and step up your video interview game with these fast, fun tips.
With these tips you'll be cool, confident and comfortable in front of a crowd.
No, you're not mean. Just smart. Sometimes it's okay to ignore connection requests on the world's most popular career social networking platform. Here's when you probably should.
Because face-to-face meetings are for actually facing other people -- not for texting, checking emails and taking calls on your smartphone.
The adage, "you don't get a second chance to make a first impression," couldn't be more true for entrepreneurs. For those needing to brush up on their professional skills, here are a few tips.
Whether youre trying to impress a prospective client, networking to find a job, or meeting new co-workers, you dont want to be caught forgetting someones name.
Some people make conversation feel like a form of torture. Heres how to handle even the most difficult personality types.
Dont be creepy, do explore the world around you, plus all the 'glasshole' etiquette you'll ever need.
Follow these tips to make sure you're not confusing or aggravating your clients, employees and customers.
When dining with clients or customers, it can be fairly simple to avoid the all-too-familiar discomfort and confusion of just who should pay the bill.
Trying to keep up with technology is like trying to earn love from a person who doesnt know how to love.