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    • 1.

      R.e.s.p.e.c.t. - your Client's Communications Preferences

      by Lydia Ramsey - 2007-01-12
      Imagine this: you've worked for hours putting together the proposal that your prospective client requested and are finally ready to hit the send button. You envision the recipient checking e-mail imm...
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      Business Etiquette for Letters & Emails

      by Naz Daud - 2007-01-25
      When writing Business Letters and Emails, what are the basic rules one should follow? Your letter might be the first point of contact with another business, and how it's written, will demonstrate y...
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      Business Letter

      by Naz Daud - 2007-01-28
      In Business Letters and Email, what are the basic rules one should follow when writing? Your letter might be the first point of contact with another business, and how it's written, will demonstrate yo...
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      Bona Fide Business Etiquette Tips

      by Shawn Gilleylen - 2007-03-08
      1. Make a Proper Introduction. Clearly state your full name and say something brief and memorable about yourself. It demonstrates professionalism and gives you credibility. Stand and extend a firm h...
    • 5.

      Customer Service - Where Did It Go?

      by J. Anthony - 2007-03-14
      I recently attended a seminar on Customer Service. My expectations were that it would be filled with tips to help employees become better at providing customer service. My expectations were blown a...
    • 6.

      Manners Always Matter

      by Glenn Ebersole - 2007-03-30
      Business manners always matter. And hat subject has a high priority with me and my professional practice. The highest compliment ever paid to me about manners was in the following quote from Pamela ...
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      First Impressions Last. . . So What Image Do You Want To Leave Behind?

      by Ashley Truitt - 2007-04-17
      If you work in an environment where you deal with people on a regular basis, it is important that you master a few image management rules. For example, models are required to look fabulous day in and ...
    • 8.

      How Etiquette And The Law Of Attraction Can Boost Your Success

      by Marjorie Janczak - 2007-04-29
      Recently, and even still, there has been a lot in the news about The Law of Attraction. The Law of Attraction simply states that "Like attracts like". In other words, if your believe is that life is h...
    • 9.

      How To Meet 300 People In 30 Seconds

      by Cynthia Lett, CEP,CPP,CTP - 2007-05-31
      The title of this article suggests that you might be standing in front of a crowd of 300 and introducing yourself. Not really. You just met one guy who looks like he might be nice to talk with at th...
    • 10.

      Business Shine

      by Sue Currie - 2007-06-16
      Networking, cocktail parties and business lunches are an important part of our everyday working life. Being at ease in these situations and behaving in the most appropriate manner doesn't always come ...