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Etiquette, personal behavior, and professionalism
« on: September 26, 2018, 07:20:46 PM »
Etiquette, personal behavior, and professionalism

Etiquette: is a code of behavior that delineates expectations for social behavior according to contemporary convential norms within a society, social class or group.

Why etiquette?
Etiquette make you gentleman.
Keeps the society smoother.
Create world of good behavior.
Campus etiquette make a university good.
Good relation among studebt, teachers, officers and staffs.

Type of etiquette

Basic professional type etiquette:
listening skills, meetings,attire, politeness, best behavior, hand shake, table manners, diplomacy, tone, following up.
Social etiquette:
 Respecting others ,follow line where as needed ,greetings to people you meet, helping others in case of cancers, accidents and so on, respect other people’s religious sensuous sentiment, help elderly people.
General etiquette:
 Always be punctual at your work.
Switch off or put your cell phones in silent mode while in a conference, business meeting, or corporate presentation.
Avoid digging your nose in public.
Use hander chefs or tissue paper when you are coughing or sneezing in public.
If you have forgotten somebody’s name ask him/her politely saying that you are sorry that you can’t remember the name.