In fact, I believe that as we become more global in the way we do business and interact on a social level, knowing proper etiquette has never been more important.
It is my job to educate you on another’s way of living and how they conduct business.
As a young girl, my lack of social etiquette knowledge resulted in several embarrassing hours, but turned into a lifetime commitment of striving to always put my best foot forward and to help others accomplish the same.
Etiquette is not a fad that will go away over time.
As businesses become increasingly more global and bringing people of all races, cultures and backgrounds closer, learning the skills of proper etiquette on an international level is one of the most important elements for business success and growth.
The ability to appreciate and respect cultural differences can be very helpful in understanding why people act in certain ways and gives you a better understanding on how you should act while conducting business or attending social events with them.
Sometimes a business deal is put to bed before the presentation is even given, all due to feelings of “disrespect”.
Each country comes with a set of rules and traditions.In recent news, President Obama was criticized by some critics for bowing to a Japanese Emperor.