Business Etiquette Part One: Introductions and Meetings

In this first part of our “Business Etiquette” series, Billy Glading and Crystal L. Bailey from the Etiquette Institute of Washington walk us through the do’s and don’ts of business etiquette for workplace introductions and meetings.

Etiquette Introductions and Meetings

How can you make a great first impression?
When first being introduced to someone, you SHOULD:
What should you do if you forgot the name of someone who you just meet?
If you are leading a meeting you should assume everyone already knows one another and skip introductions.
What should you do if your meeting is running over time and you have to leave?
You should wait until after a group meeting to confront someone if you disagree with a statement they said during the meeting: