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Corporate Etiquette

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Explain What is Corporate Etiquette List the Benefits of Corporate Etiquette Explain How to Show Etiquette in Communication List the Common Courtesy Expressions List the Phrases for Greeting Explain the Steps to Make Introductions Describe the Etiquette of Using Business Cards Describe the Dining and Corporate Etiquette Explain the Role of Body Language in Etiquette Describe the Corporate Etiquette in Handshake Describe the Norms of Dressing Etiquette Explain the Hofstede Model to Analyze Cultures List the Characteristics for Good Corporate Etiquette Describe the Behaviors to Avoid in Etiquette Describe the Behaviors driving Corporate Etiquette Course Objectives

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Introduction Kevin Eastwood has been recently promoted as a Project Manager in Watson Inc. Watson Inc. is a leading provider of packaging material and logistics services to several clients across the globe. Kevin is really excited by his promotion and hopes to handle his first project as a Project Manager.

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Introduction Kevin’s first project is for Zeus Electronics, a leading electronics goods manufacturer. Watson Inc. has to provide packaging material and logistics services for a new line of smart phones being launched by Zeus.

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Introduction Kevin arranges for a Project kick-off meeting with the client to understand their requirements. Zheng Wu, the Product Head at Zeus will be attending the meeting as he is handling all the aspects related to the new line of smart phones being launched by Zeus.

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Introduction Let us look at the conversation between Kevin and Zheng. Good Morning! I am sorry I am late for the meeting. My name is Kevin Eastwood. I am the Project Manager and I will be handling this Project. No problem. I am Zheng Wu, the Product Head at Zeus.

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Introduction Pleased to meet you, Mr. Wu. Shall we start the meeting? Sure! As communicated to you through my Project Manager, Hansen, we would like the first consignment of the packaging material to be dispatched to us by end of next month. Then, the schedule of requirements would be different and we would inform the same to you at least six months in advance.

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Introduction Sure Sir! The first consignment will be delivered as per your requirement by the end of next month. However, we would like some clarification on the kind of box that you want the product to be packed in. We are not sure of the required thickness and material of the box. Alright, I will send an email to you today itself after I reach office. Could you please send me a complete catalogue of the kind of material that you provide?

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Introduction Sure, I will do that. Would you like some tea or coffee? Black Coffee is fine.

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Introduction Oh! I think you should not drink Black Coffee, I have heard it has many adverse effects on a person’s health. It has too much caffeine and also builds up a lot of heat in the body. That’s fine! All the same, I would like to have a Black Coffee, please!

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Introduction Ok! I like tea a lot. I thought all Chinese people liked tea more than coffee. After all the Chinese discovered tea, right? Yes, that’s right that the Chinese Emperor Shen Nong discovered tea but that definitely does not mean that all Chinese people may drink or like only tea!

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Introduction Yes, I suppose so. So, who else at your home prefers coffee to tea? I am getting a bit late for another meeting. Maybe I’ll take a rain check on that coffee. I will ask Hansen, the Project Manager to email you the schedule and other details.

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Introduction Please do stay for a while. Your coffee won’t take long; I will just order it now. No, thank you. Maybe some other time.

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Introduction Please email me your catalogue as well. Ok, I will take your leave then. Sure, I will do that.

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Introduction Sure, take care. Bye! Take Care! Goodbye!

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Introduction You have seen the conversation that took place between Kevin and Zheng at the Project kick-off meeting. How do you think the conversation and meeting went? Do you think Kevin proved to be good at his new role as a Project Manager in his first client meeting? What do you think Kevin did wrong at the meeting?

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Introduction You have seen that Kevin made Zheng very uncomfortable at the meeting. Hence, you can understand that ‘Corporate Etiquette’ is crucial for conducting oneself in the right and professional manner in a business environment. The right ‘Corporate Etiquette’ adopted by an individual can make him more professional, likable, polite, courteous and approachable. Let us learn about ‘Corporate Etiquette’ in detail.

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What is Corporate Etiquette? ‘Corporate Etiquette’ is defined as the code of ethical and honourable behavior with respect to a professional practice or behavior among the members of a profession in their dealings with each other.

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Employee Engagement Customer Care Branding Employee Engagement Team Synergy Employee Engagement Employee Engagement: ‘Employee Engagement’ is crucial to the smooth and successful working of a company. Corporate Etiquette helps to use your good workplace behaviour and manners to help improve your confidence.

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The following are a few methods through which you can adhere to the norms of corporate etiquette while communicating with others. They are: 3 4 5 1 Let us look at each in detail. Show that you are listening Show that you are listening: Show the speaker that you are listening by using your own body language and gestures. Nod occasionally. Smile and use other facial expressions. Keep your posture open and inviting. Use small verbal comments like “yes”, and “uh huh” to encourage the speaker to continue. 2 Corporate Etiquette and Communication

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Common Phrases of Telephonic Conversations Common phrases that should be used while conversing on the telephone are: “Hold on…” “Hi, My name is (caller’s name)…” “Hello, May I speak with (receiver’s name)…” “Yes, This is (receiver's name)…” “Can I take a message for (name)…”

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Do not talk to your friend across the table in sign language while the meeting is on. Respond to the meeting request even if you are unable to go to the meeting and inform the person conducting the meeting of the same. Avoid being late to the meeting. Don'ts of Meeting Etiquette Do not rush out of the room when the meeting is done. Thank the person who conducted the meeting and then leave.

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The first and most important step of making introductions as well as while introducing oneself is to project great warmth towards the other person and to project great confidence. It is also crucial that while introducing yourself you pay great attention to your body language. This is because people may deduce many things about you from your body language. Cast Warmth and Confidence Cast Warmth and Confidence

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Dining and Corporate Etiquette The following are a few guidelines to keep in mind while dining in a business or formal environment: The beginning of the meal is signalled when the host unfolds his or her napkin. You should work your way inwards by starting with the knife, fork, or spoon that is farthest from your plate. You should always use only one utensil for each course. Put your napkin on your lap when drinks are served, in situations where there is no host during a business meal. Always keep in mind that the salad (smaller) fork is on your outermost left, then followed by your dinner fork. Your soup spoon is on your outermost right, followed by your beverage spoon, salad knife, and dinner knife. Your dessert spoon and fork are above your plate or brought out with dessert.

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Speech 1 Posture 2 Speech 3 Eye contact 4 Tone of voice 5 Gestures with hands and arms Let us look at each in detail. Some of the common signs of body language that display etiquette and are of a confident person are: 2 Speech Speech: Person should speak in a slow and clear manner to show politeness and manners.

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A handshake is an important part of everyday professional life and corporate etiquette. You meet many people in your professional environment and a ‘handshake’ can help form the crucial ‘first impression’ on each new person that you meet and show your manners and courtesy. There are various types of handshakes and each may indicate a different impression of the person making the handshake. Corporate Etiquette and Handshake

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