Hello, today we will begin to talk a little bit about marketing personnel, an important issue for those who want to stand out professionally. We’ll start talking about: Workplace etiquette.
Normally, when people talk about etiquette, they relate to situations involving big fuss and stylish outfits. However, what few remember is that the label isn’t a code of universal rules, it isn’t a privilege of high society and it is not reduced exclusively to ceremonial occasions. On the contrary, it is present at various times in our lives, including those involving the day-to-day work – environment in which the person would be ridiculed if his behave is like the court of the Queen of England.
Etiquette is a code of behavior, whose standards aim to make easy the social and professional life of the people.
There is no single standard of etiquette that can be adopted by all organizations. However, some attitudes should always be included in the roster of professional conduct – including kindness, respect, solidarity, good humor, discretion, moderation while sitting and gesturing, speaking to fix, for example.
The way of dress will change according to the climate and habits of each region, with the company culture, with the market segment in which it operates and so on. The way we dress is a form of honor (or not) people in our midst.
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The person will always be elegant stylish at work or outside. As used to say Machado de Assis, one of our greatest literary genius and founder of the Brazilian Academy of Letters. Mulato of high culture and refined presence, he said: “There are elegant people and adorned people.” Sure your irony did not apply only to clothes and accessories…
Of course, that is necessary to exercise respect for others, be it customer, colleague, subordinate, superior, relative and even society in geral. This in practice can be reflected in short phrases, like: Good morning, Good afternoon! Please, Excuse and Thanks. Besides these tips basic education, also remembers someone stylish is also discreet and not encourage gossip.
That’s it! Have a good week!