“A Intro” -
Etiquette in simpler words is defined as good behaviour which distinguishes human beings from animals.
Etiquette refers to behaving in a socially responsible way. Etiquette refers to guidelines which
control the way a responsible individual should behave in the society. Etiquette refers to guidelines which control the way
a responsible individual should behave in the society. Etiquette makes you a cultured individual.
“Etiquette and Manners” - Etiquette is using proper MANNERS; it is treating people like you want to be treated. We all want to be treated with kindness, consideration and importance. How one defines this treatment will vary from one person to another.A person who is a stranger today, may turn out to be someone important to you later. People tend to treat you better when you are nice. It may get you a job. You learn what is expected of you in an adult culture.
Business etiquette is a set of manners that is accepted or required in a profession. Often upheld by custom,
it is enforced by the members of an organization. Those who violate business etiquette are considered
offensive. The penalty for such behavior frequently lies in the disapproval of other organization members.
Business etiquette is a set of rules that govern the way people interact with one another in business,
with customers, suppliers, with inside or outside bodies. It is all about conveying the right image
and behaving in an appropriate way.
“Car” - Most of us understand the importance of good manners in everyday life, though many leave good car etiquette at the door. Hold back your urge to light one up. Ask for permission only if the driver is smoking. There's nothing more infuriating than a passenger who won't stop criticising the driver's ability to drive. The same courtesy should be extended for other car-related favours.
"Behaviour with Children” -
Model manners. If you want your child to have good manners, you must make sure you do as well.
Practice at home.
Take them out in public.
Give him or her the words.
Give your youngster positive reinforcement.
Learn to coach.
Teach table manners.
"Child Manaers” -
How Parents and Caregivers Can Teach Children Manners Child manners encourage respect, tolerance and grace. To Coordinate Discipline With Caregivers Discipline is effective when all caregivers are consistent with limit setting.
Mind Your Manners in Church Follow proper etiquette in a house of worship. When you attend a church,
it is essential that you know the general guidelines and expectations of the organization.
Whether you are a member or a guest, you should always be respectful of everything and everyone in attendance.
“Class Room”- Etiquette is a code of behavior that influences expectations for social behavior according to contemporary conventional norms within a society, social class, or group. The purpose of this information is to assist students in understanding proper classroom behavior. The classroom should be a learning-centered environment in which faculty and students are unhindered by disruptive behavior.
A conference call is a telephone call in which someone talks to several people
at the same time. The conference call may be designed to allow the called party
to participate during the call or set up so that the called party merely listens
into the call and cannot speak. It is sometimes called ATC.
“Digital Conference”- The internet is public, and digital etiquette must keep this fact in mind. Everything we do on the internet is saved, forever – even if you delete it. We leave traces of ourselves everywhere on the internet. It’s impossible not to; human beings interact with and on the internet. The electronic superhighway is the busiest path in the world.
Some of my fondest memories of summers past include having houseguests. Perhaps it is because my friends have
lovely manners, and my husband and I enjoy making their stays memorable. I do know, however, this is not the
experience many have had, or remember about having houseguests, which is why I thought it necessary to
outline the guidelines for being a considerate guest and a thoughtful host.
“Hostel Roommates”- Hostels are one of the best accommodation options for backpackers and budget travellers. However, although sometimes I may complain about #firstworldproblems, I have realised after 18 months of staying in hostel dorms that there are certain unwritten rules that apparently do need to be written down to make sure everyone enjoys their stay.
Even if you dread them, meetings put you in front of coworkers and bosses who
you may not work with on a regular basis. That means how you conduct yourself
in them may leave a lasting impression. Is it acceptable to eat during a meeting, or
check your phone? Should you be the person asking questions at the end? If broken,
the unwritten rules of meeting professionalism may damage your reputation.
“School”- This School Etiquette page advocates standards of acceptable behaviour by children in various situations at school.. They must co-operate with and show respect for their teachers, all adults and the other children.
There are certain accepted behaviors in all social situations that you need
to learn. With few exceptions, putting them into practice can make a big difference in your social life.
Easy to have good manners – These basic rules of proper etiquette are mostly common sense with a healthy
dose of the Golden Rule thrown in for good measure.
“Street Walking”- Today we rarely see a horse on the street, but this introduction is not about horses but the point is that we should not attract attention of others neither with attitude, nor with clothes or appearance. This should be the first and foremost rule when walking down the street in order to avoid the staring looks.
“Sitting Etiquettes for MAN” - Women have long
been instructed on how to sit, and the iconic image of the “finishing schools” of yesteryear is that
of the young lady practicing comportment with a hardcover book balancing atop her head.
But rarely are men instructed on the basics of sitting, standing, and walking.
“Sitting Etiquette for WOMAN” - Traditional etiquette dictates that women sit with an erect posture and both legs together, keeping the skirt's hem low and undergarments out of sight. Maintaining this posture when in trousers also adds elegance. Additionally, there are ways of crossing your legs, appropriate for formal occasions, which effectively prevent wardrobe malfunctions.
“Telephone” - Proper phone etiquette
is essential to your company because it's usually the first contact point for a customer
and represents how your business will treat them in other conversations. Make sure to
leave a great, lasting impression on every customer who calls your business.
“Temple” - A few rules of temple etiquette should be followed as you enter the main worship area: Remove your shoes before entering the viharn unless already directed to leave them outside. Don't step or stand on the door threshold going inside. Don't get in the way of local people who are actually there to worship.
“Washroon” - When you go into a restroom,
don't crowd other people. Be respectful of the personal space of others. Men, unless the restroom
is crowded, skip a urinal to prevent someone else from being uncomfortable. And never look at another
man as he does his business.
“Workplace” - A good rule of thumb is to stand straight, maintain eye contact, and smile! Make sure you know the workplace dress code and oﬃce policies ahead of time. Arrive on-time and be prepared for important meetings.