About this Roundtable:
Good business etiquette is a mark of professionalism that will differentiate people and enhance their chances of landing the dream job, advancing in their positions and/or sustaining their careers.
Professionalism extends beyond the face-to-face environment into the tech world as social media becomes more relevant to individual and organizational success.
Professionalism and respect for others, whether in-person or on-line, makes a positive first impression while building trust among colleagues. This fosters productive collaboration in culturally and dimensionally diverse interactions, especially if remote work is part of that equation.
This competency is designed to demonstrate strategies and provide tools to model ideal behavior, foster a culture of civility and respect and give leaders the skills to stand out from their less diplomatic peers.
- Understand how corporate cultures, etiquette and attire contribute to professionalism
- Gain insight into how to deal with etiquette offenders.
- Explore the new rules for professionalism in a virtual workplace
- Explore age and dimensional factors in the professional use of social media.