This preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.View Full Document
Unformatted text preview: etc.) without the user’s explicit permission-Dining Etiquette o Setting the table Fork on the left of the plate Knife on the right of the plate, sharp edge facing the plate Spoon next to the knife Napkin under the fork, on the plate or in te glass Bread plate on the upper left Water glass on the upper right (American & Continental style).-Networking o If requested, RSVP to let the host know you are coming o Do not overload your plate (eating is not your first priority). o Do not drink too much; watch for changes in your alcohol tolerance o When at a table, if possible enter your chair on your left and exit on your right o Have a firm handshake o Introduce yourself. Have a short commercial about yourself o When appropriate, send a thank you note. You can use it to network further....
View Full Document
- Business, disability etiquette issues