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Lost art of business etiquette: Impact of social media

Social media may be the new communication paradigm but it is having an adverse impact on the way Australians conduct themselves professionally. It has,...

SMB owners, know your limits

If you can't drink your colleagues under the table, don't attempt to. If you can't function on less than 8 hours sleep, don't try. Lady Danielle Di-Masi looks at understanding your weaknesses to stay ahead of the game.

5 top business etiquette tips

Lady Danielle Di-Masi refreshes your memory on the five top business etiquette tips to help you be successful for the year ahead. Will you need to practice your handshake over the holidays? "Give me a limp handshake and I will slap your wrist and make you do it again."

Minding your p’s and q’s online

Catriona Pollard blogs about minding your manners online. "Just like keeping your elbows off the dinner table and letting pregnant women sit down on the bus, the online world has its own etiquette..."

Online behaviours: a look at netiquette

Lady Danielle Di-Masi blogs about minding your manners online. "Netiquette is all about proper conduct online..."

Your attire guideline

Lady Danielle Di-Masi blogs about ensuring you're appropriately dressed for business events and functions. "If an event goes to the effort to state the attire then you should go to the effort to dress appropriately. They obviously have a standard that they would like to see for the function..."

Don’t forget this part of communication

Lady Danielle Di-Masi blogs about choosing the right environment for your meetings, functions and events. "Etiquette is not just about food and wine, it is all about making your guest comfortable in your presence and this includes selecting the right environment."

The email time stamp perception

Lady Danielle Di-Masi blogs about how those emails you send late at night might be perceived by the receiver. "Getting emails in the middle of the night also might make people question what you have been doing online till 2am. Sure the reality may be that you have to do these sorts of hours, but that is what the draft folder is for and send the email first thing in the morning."

Are you making your business unappealing?

Phoebe Netto blogs about protecting the perception of your business. "Your image and how you make others feel plays a big role in being approachable, trustworthy and likeable to clients and potential clients."

There’s no such thing as an informal meeting

Lady Danielle Di-Masi blogs about treating every meeting as important, even "informal" ones over coffee. "Always remember you are your client’s experience of the company, you are the service and the product. How you act in your meetings, any meeting no matter how informal you may think it is, influences the way they perceive you and your company as a firm and its value."

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