TAKE THE ETIQUETTE QUIZ
Going for a promotion, back on the dating scene or have a job interview? – take a two-minute quiz and brush up on your etiquette
Good manners are good business and now is the perfect time to become more polished, poised and go to the next level in your career.
Whether you are looking for a job, a promotion or to stand out in the workplace, The Good Manners Online Courses are a short and content rich way to ensure you become more professional and confident being yourself. We will debunk all the Business Etiquette secrets that have previously only been for senior management and give you dining tips to ensure you are successful at client meetings.
Our courses are self directed, which means you may study and complete assignments at times that are most convenient for you from the comfort of your own home or office.Find out More
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Do you know the correct response to the greeting, “how do you do”? What about whether you should sit closer to the husband or wife on a meeting with a couple? Have you checked if your team members have table manners that will win the business?
Our corporate courses are designed to ensure your teams are polished, professional and possess the personal excellence that goes hand in hand with sales and technical knowledge. We would love to tailor a package to your business today and help you win more customers tomorrow.
Answers: The correct response to “how do you do” is “How do you do” and never “well thank you”. When meeting with a couple, sitting closer to the person of the same gender builds trust.See Courses
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