Business Etiquette - Page: 2

How to Navigate Happy Hour When You're the Boss

It's good to loosen up with the team, just not too much.

7 Tricks for Never Forgetting Your Manners Anywhere in the World

Business can take you anywhere in this interconnected world but wherever you go, people think well of people who are polite.

8 Tips for Penning a Thank-You Note That Will Be Treasured

Handwritten notes are classic and rare, which makes the sender classy and uncommon.

How Not to Look Like a Fool When Ordering Wine at a Business Dinner

Business dinners can be tricky to navigate, especially if this is your first time hosting a new client, networking with an industry titan or taking out your employees.

Andrew Meggitt

What the Uber Snafu Teaches About Avoiding Inappropriate Public Statements

Steer clear of unsuitable business remarks and blunders that will ricochet well beyond a private gathering.

Carm Lyman

Avoid These 5 Practices to Be Better at Business

Without taking the time to reflect upon the past, there will be limited mobility to act in the future.

Jeff Boss

How to Politely Leave a Conversation

Networking is all about meeting those fabulous people who can catapult your business to the next level. But what do you do when you're trapped by a windbag?

How the Epidemic of Bad Behavior Affects Your Business

Learn about actions your company can take to return to civility in the workplace and minimize rudeness with customers.

3 Simple Ways to Avoid a Business Faux Pas

Sticky social situations can unglue the surest business deal. Here's how to make sure they don't.

Debra Kaye

5 Important Rules for Navigating Social Interactions With Clients

No matter how close you are to a professional contact, always be on your best behavior and do not share too much information.

The Entrepreneur's Secret Handbook of the Favor Economy

That other currency of business, whereby you exchange good will for good deeds needs to be handled oh so delicately.

If You Want That Customer, Mind Your Manners

Etiquette is not just something your parents thought was important or an outdated social protocol. Potential buyers deserve respect.

Grant Cardone