Etiquette manual - Luise Hakasi - ebook

Etiquette manual ebook

Luise Hakasi

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International Etiquette and Manners etiquette for everyone: social first-class behavior, attitude, Small Talk, behavior in restaurants, occurrence in the professional field, á la carte food culture, Japanese customs and much more.

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Luise Hakasi

Etiquette manual

the code of behavior

BookRix GmbH & Co. KG80331 Munich

Description

International Etiquette and Manners etiquette for everyone: social first-class behavior, attitude, Small Talk, behavior in restaurants, occurrence in the professional field, á la carte food culture, Japanese customs and much more.

Etiquette manual – the code of behavior

Etiquette is a code of behavior that delineates expectations for social behavior according to contemporary conventional norms within a society, social class, or group.

 

This book on etiquette contains:

Behavior - International etiquette for everyone

Social etiquette - basic rules of daily life in society

Posture

Introducing

Greetings

The art of conversation: "lighter topics"

Invitations

Entertainment

First Class behavior in society

In the elevator

In the restaurant

Phone calls

Drinks and glasses

The world of wine in your hands

Behavior of children at the table

The importance of etiquette in professional relationships

Style & Etiquette, à la carte food culture

Japanese etiquette

Japanese table manners

Japanese customs and traditions - both professionally and personally

 

Behavior - International Etiquette for everyone

 

Basic standards for a compatible, daily, social coexistence:

 

Put yourself in the place of the other person: you are certainly happy about the magic words hello, good evening, please, thank you, etc. Entering a room takes precedence over leaving a room. On the stairs of the gentleman goes beside or behind the lady, vice versa while descending. On the sidewalk the gentleman goes on the road side. Blow your nose only discreetly, never at the table. Please sneeze with a handkerchief. Gum chewing, nose picking, burping and yawning are inelegant, but you know that already, right? Non smoking and non-drinkers are "in". Grace and perfect behavior are in demand.

 

When introducing someone, the less important person presents to the higher person. The gentleman presents himself to the lady, the younger to the elder, the single to the married person. The higher person can shake hands or nod the head. A host presents the guests to each other. Professional introduction is done with business cards. If you have forgotten the name of a person, then ask: Excuse me, what is your full name, please?

 

Essential hints for anyone who moves on international ground:

 

Shaking hands can be done; women may well only nod their head. Men stand up for the welcoming of the ladies. No hand shaking is done during eating or drinking, and in case of delay. Please, only conversation regarding lighter topics. Avoid religion, politics, prejudice, feminist or sexual remarks, comments about third people, diseases and discussions. Please talk about business only at business meetings. Avoid questions like: Have you gained weight / How much do you earn / How old are you / You are eat nothing at all, etc. Listen, but do not get bored with long stories, laugh at jokes and always be well informed so that you keep up the small talk. What is true in the job, is also valued in private life

Your posture should be upright and not too rigid. Women hold their hands in front of the body (possibly folded), men behind the body. The weight is evenly distributed on both legs. When sitting, the legs are parallel to each other or crossed. Look into the eyes.