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Keep in mind that gender rules don't exist in business etiquette.
Over 80 students attended this year's Business Etiquette Dinner, and were eager to learn etiquette tips for interviews and business dinners.
The 60 minute course on Business Etiquette describes how nurturing relationships at work could help one attain professional stardom.
The programme featured public and one to one presentation skills, besides training on the '7 Habits of Highly Effective People' and business etiquette, said a statement.
In her spare time, she was a Professor of Psychology at Upper Iowa University and she owns Etiquette Iowa where she conducts business etiquette seminars and one-on-one coaching.
Could someone please send her for a refresher course in business etiquette and basic good manners?
Penny Edge is the founder of The Finishing Academy, the first etiquette school to open in the UK and an exclusive partner of SO Famous FZ-LLC offering in Dubai social and business etiquette courses to individuals, groups and companies (www.
However, many Westerners struggle with understanding Japanese culture and business etiquette when they are registering their products, licensing their technology, or dealing with Japanese partners.
Stefanie Ost, CEO and founder of SO Famous, said business etiquette is one of the most important investments a company can make.
Author Patsy Rowe says she wrote Business Etiquette to help anyone who wants to be the best they can be--"from successfully applying for the perfect job, to working efficiently from home; from keeping customers happy and enticing them to do more business with you, to being more assertive and saying 'no' when you need to".
The orientation week introduced the students not only to specifics of the university but also included workshops held by external professional trainers for intercultural communication, time management and business etiquette.
The four-part learning process addresses business etiquette, personal brand development, professional presentation and people skills, offering exercises that teach behavioral modifications, strategies for success, and how to handle typical business environment challenges.

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