Posts Tagged ‘Etiquette’

Be Prompt (2011-12-23)

Always strive to be early. Being late is a symptom that something is not quite right. A behavior specialist told me that those who habitually show up late struggle to keep up with what they publicly proclaim they do and they are not completely convinced that what they’re doing is what they truly want to [...]

Who’s First? (2011-11-17)

There are guides about the etiquette of introductions. The rule of thumb, according to Emily Post, is to introduce the youngest to the eldest, the most junior (sales consultant) position to the senior position (president of a company) and the business person to the official (mayor or politician). Very few people are aware of the [...]