First impressions are important! Etiquette refers to the conventional requirements of social behavior or simply knowing how to act. Different situations require different types of etiquette. When it comes to business, you are a reflection of your company. Even if you do not deal with the public, there are general guidelines to follow. Knowing how to behave in an office is important. Those who follow good office etiquette are promoted and given choice assignments. The definition of etiquette is a code of behavior that delineates expectations for social behavior according to contemporary and conventional norms within a society, social class, or group. Slides can easily be tailored to your specific needs, use them with an LCD projector, make handouts, and/or create overheads.
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Learning Objectives for Office Etiquette PowerPoint Presentation Content:
Understand why office etiquette is important.
Understand how/when you should use your cell phone, telephone, email and twitter at work.
Understand how to behave at office parties and business meals.
Learn important eating and bathroom etiquette.
Explore the different office attire standards.
Learn what is important when working in open and partitioned workplaces/offices.
Identify the challenges when you bring your dog into the office or you become a mother.
Follow gift giving and business greeting card sending guidelines for the office.
20 points on office etiquette and 5 rules for using your cell phone at work
6 points on important calls and 5 points on finding a private place
7 points on where to not bring your cells phone
13 points on the importance of email etiquette
8 points on minding your manners in emails and 15 points on tone
5 points on being concise and 8 points on not abbreviating
15 points on what’s in a name and 10 points on spelling and grammar
10 points on attachments and 5 points on making a good first impression
26 points on 9 top office party do nots
4 points on keeping it simple for eating etiquette at work
4 points on customers and your phone and 6 points on watching your timing
4 points on considering your colleagues and 9 points on office bathroom etiquette
8 points on office attire and 10 points on casual attire
11 points on smart casual and 12 points on formal professional business attire
18 points on showing consideration in open and partitioned workplaces
6 points on smells and 7 points on tact and diplomacy
8 points on dog-proofing and 5 points on dog manners
6 points on harmony and 10 points on coming prepared
8 points on expecting the unexpected and 6 points on taking out the trash
5 points on ten-minute breaks and 4 tips for new moms and moms-to-be
9 points on telling the boss and 12 points on morning sickness
8 points on when to tell your co-workers and 7 points on gift-giving between colleagues
9 guidelines for gift-giving and 11 points on giving gifts to your boss
10 points on giving gifts to employees and 28 points on answering calls
11 points on making calls and 5 points on reconsidering the Twitter commentary
4 points on understanding @ replies and 4 points on going easy on the acronyms
5 points on not worrying about followers and 6 points on re-tweeting properly
22 tips on sending business greeting cards and 5 points on signing
12 teleclass etiquette tips and 6 points on introducing yourself
9 points on using mute and minimizing background noise
26 basic etiquette tips for business meals
15 points on office etiquette for recent grads and 4 points on college being over
8 points on watching your language
16 action steps and much more.
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