Establishing relations in Germany
- Etiquette: A competitive edge in business. Flat, Carolyn; Williams, L.K. // CPA Journal;May95, Vol. 65 Issue 5, p8
Describes some basic rules of etiquette and social skills in business community. Guidelines in handshaking; Appropriate business introduction; Act of civility through appropriate apologies.
- Business etiquette: A competitive edge. Flatt, Carolyn; Williams, L.K. // CPA Journal;Jul95, Vol. 65 Issue 7, p12
Part II. Discusses business etiquette as a tool to achieve competitive advantage. Focus on telephone skills, visual poise and thank-you notes.
- New office etiquette dilemmas. Denka, Andrew // CPA Journal;Aug96, Vol. 66 Issue 8, p13
Describes several new rules of office etiquette. Importance of etiquette; Sensitivity for others' knowledge limits; Fax message etiquette; Tips on casual day dressing; Respecting computer privacy.
- Global lessons. // Folio: The Magazine for Magazine Management;8/1/94, Vol. 23 Issue 13, p34
Presents a guide to overseas business etiquette provided by five globe-trotting publishing industry executives. Smoking habits of Europeans; Brazilian superstitions and national identity; British consumer loyalty; France's emphasis on lunch; Unusual meals in London.
- Averting a rude awakening at work. Patrick, Beverly H. // Forum (10566937);May96, Issue 168, p16
Discusses business etiquette. Generational biases concerning good office manners; Cases showing how to bridge gaps on manners among generations; Steps to take to avoid accusations of discrimination and sexual harassment; Political correctness.
- Here's looking at you. Acunto, Stephen H. // Forum (10566937);Nov96, Issue 174, p24
Presents 12 common mistakes which are made by executives at social/business gatherings. Importance of social gatherings.
- Observing other employees: Is it a reasonable request? DeMars, Nan // Secretary;Jan97, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p29
Focuses on office ethics. How to handle a situation if a supervisor asked an employee to observe another employee; What is reflected in business and professional activities; Information on protecting a company's assets; Employee's professional responsibility to a company. INSETS: New case.;Nan...
- Business etiquette in the age of Mcdonald's: Tips for your trade. // Westchester County Business Journal;2/17/97, Vol. 36 Issue 7, p11
Presents some tips on business etiquette. Introductions; Handshakes; Dining; Paying the bill; Small talk; Telephone manners.
- Ms. manners in the office. Haynik, Stephanie // Women in Business;Sep/Oct95, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p6
Presents Office Team executive director Andrew Denka's rules on office etiquette. Sharing of technology knowledge; Casual dressing; Etiquette on faxing; Respect for co-workers' time.