Employers tell us that many job candidates lose out during a job search and interview process because of professional etiquette errors. Will you be one of them?
Over 80 Anderson undergraduate and graduate students responded “No” and attended this week’s Dining for Success Business Etiquette Dinner, sponsored by DECA and AGBS, to build confidence and enhance their professional presence. The students and business professionals in attendance enjoyed a complimentary three-course meal and learned the art of networking and how to differentiate themselves further with professional etiquette.
If you missed the event, you can learn more and enhance your management education and practical leadership skills with the following resources:
The New Rules of Business Etiquette
Interview & Lunch/Dinner Etiquette
The Top Ten Etiquette Tips for the Business Dinner or Interview
Business Meeting Etiquette
Powerful Business Etiquette Tips
Emily Post Business Etiquette on topics such as:
- The Interview
- The Job Search
- Clients & Customers
- Office Issues
- The Social Side of Business
- Workplace Relationships
Natalie Mead is the Career Services Manager at the Anderson School of Management. She is passionate about professional development and the opportunity to connect the talented pool of Anderson students with employers and recruiting partners. Click here to contact Natalie.