Proficient Picture and Behavior

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Proficient Image & Etiquette Instructions The accompanying is a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation. It is not required that you have this program introduced on your PC. To explore from screen to screen, click your mouse OR utilize the parchment bar of your program. In the event that you have to switch, right-click your mouse and select the "Turn around" choice OR utilize the parchment bar of your program.

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Self - Presentation A word about Culture The way you dress The way you convey Behavior and other office rules

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It's All About Culture Etiquette is culture particular Work Culture is unique in relation to School Culture Businesses concentrate on shared objective versus singular objectives You will work with individuals of various ages and foundations Not all organization societies are similar

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Professional Dress for the occupation you need not the employment you have Levels of Dress Business Tailored Business Casual

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Business Tailored Style Key component: Suit

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Business Casual Style Still slick and clean For men Khakis or dress jeans Button down shirts or polo shirts Casual shoes Sweaters and vests For Women Khakis or dress jeans Jean or corduroy skirts More easygoing sweaters

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Casual Style May be OK in a few settings

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Don'ts for Men Forget to shave Wear an excess of gems Forget to tuck in your shirt Baggy jeans/freight pants Extreme haircuts or unnatural hair hues (i.e. green, blue, pink) Hats inside

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Don'ts For Women Really short skirts Showing an excess of skin Sandals are OK yet not flip lemon Lingerie on the outside Spaghetti straps Really "youthful" looks Extreme haircuts or unnatural hair hues (i.e. green, blue, pink)

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Communication Spoken face to face On the telephone In composing Email Other composed archives Avoiding CLM's ( C areer L imiting M oves!)

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Spoken Communication Interpersonal discussion Start out talking formally Do not SWEAR Do not spread office prattle Be cautious about saying anything contrary Watch your colleagues – take after their lead

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Phone Etiquette Speaker telephones Tell individuals before you put them on speaker Mute your telephone while others are exhibiting data Voice mail This is the organization's message framework not yours. An expert message Leaving a voice-message State your name obviously. Keep the message brief – for longer themes utilize email Repeat your name and number toward the end

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Written Communication Proof read it!!! No grammatical errors Correct linguistic use, no slang Business language is OK, however Be watchful what you say You don't know who will read it You don't know where it will go

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Don't be adorable Acronyms - LOL TTFN Emoticons ;- ) 8-} >8-0 Do not utilize instant message talk Don't utilize loads of !!!!! Try not to check everything critical Don't answer all unless you REALLY mean to. Do edit it before you send Do incorporate a headline – else it could be erased Do include the email address last – to maintain a strategic distance from inadvertently sending it too early. Do utilize appropriate capitalization and accentuation Email is not Always Casual* * Getting from College to Career , Lindsay Pollak, Harper Collins 2007

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Behavior Greetings Names: Use formal titles at first Handshakes: Should be firm Hygiene is vital Your work area and office space You will be judged by your logbook and divider craftsmanship Find out what is permitted and who is permitted to hang them up

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Using Technology The innovation does not have a place with you The utilization of it is for business just The organization can … Read ALL of your email Block certain sites Track your web perusing history Don't forward junk letters Don't peruse improper destinations Don't utilize organization assets for individual reasons

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Other organization rules you have to figure out How and when would you be able to spend organization cash Business meals? Books and expert contribution? Office supplies? Travel Which aircrafts and lodgings are permitted? How free are cost reports? Work plan What are the "genuine" work hours? Do you have to prepare?

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How Can You Know All This Stuff!! You can't – so unwind No one anticipates that you will get everything right the first run through No one anticipates that you will "simply know" How would you learn Watch your colleagues Ask secretaries Ask your chief Get a coach If you commit an error – apologize and proceed onward

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Being Yourself at Work Being a piece of any "gathering" is a trade off Companies treasure their pictures or Brand value = client steadfastness = $$$$$ As a representative you are a piece of the Brand A surely knew culture gives us direction on the best way to handle circumstances A guide for achievement A desire of how individuals will treat you

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You Have a Choice Do you need to resemble a local or a visitor? Would you like to be a win or a revolt? Search for a culture that you would feel great with Start conservatively until you know the way of life Use your one of a kind identity to emerge in positive ways Don't hope to change the way of life to suit you – in light of the fact that you can't, unless you are the supervisor

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Always Remember the Golden Rule! In Business… … Whoever has the GOLD makes the Rules!

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Thanks For Attending Questions? Contact UAlbany Career Services For more help Phone: 437-4900 Email: Hours: M-F from 9 AM – 5 PM