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Etiquette - Page: 5
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.
Simply blasting out promotional messaging will not drive sales, rather it will alienate your customers and waste your valuable time, effort and resources.
Since July is National Cell Phone Courtesy month, it's the perfect time to remind everyone of a few basic cell phone etiquette rules.
Etiquette is no less important in virtual meetings than when you're face to face.
Advance homework and preparation is key to every good first impression.
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If you don't get what we do then don't come a-knockin'.
Because you're going to need some help building your professional network.
Because the old earbud trick doesn't always work.
There is only a few instances when it is acceptable not to ask both parties if they would like to be introduced to the other person.