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June 22, 2012
Contact: Elizabeth Hall, Senior Web Editor
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Business Management Daily Compiles List of Its Top 10 Business Etiquette Articles
Falls Church, Va. — For organizations and employees alike, recognizing the critical link between business etiquette and profit is key to success. It’s essential for business professionals to learn how to confidently interact with colleagues in ways that make them and their entire organizations shine.
“The truth is, multimillion-dollar deals and people’s jobs can be lost as a result of poor etiquette,” says Business Management Daily’s Senior Web Editor Elizabeth Hall. “In today’s competitive climate, knowing how to act – and how not to – can spell the difference between success and failure.”
It’s important for professionals to learn best practices on everything from meeting and cubicle etiquette to business letter and email protocol. Business Management Daily provides a variety of resources to help individuals improve their business etiquette skills and increase their success in the workplace.
It’s a snowball effect: The more poised and confident you are, the more people will like and admire you, which in turn will boost your confidence even more, and so on. The strategies in these articles will teach business professionals to handle a variety of workplace situations with ease and grace.
For more best practices on business etiquette, download Business Management Daily’s 14 Tips on Business Etiquette: Setting a professional tone with co-workers, clients and customers.
“Your organization’s success depends on the skillful use of business etiquette and protocol,” Hall says. “Not to mention professional interactions are great opportunities to shine while advancing your own career.”
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