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Good day and hope you are looking forward to a productive week.
This week we are announcing our new community - The Community of Commerce for all insiders. Everyone who has JOINED US and become an inside we are moving off of the weebly web platform to a community site on Tribe.
This will provide an opportunity to share information, ask questions, and gain support for starting, growing, or exiting your business.
It is our version of the Chamber of Commerce - what it could have been instead of what it has become. This community has one goal - your success as a business owner to build generational wealth for your family. That growth will create more and better jobs in your local community.
It is a stand alone (outside the control of the arbitrary large providers) platform that provides entrepreneurs and business owners a space for the free and open exchange of ideas.
As a member of IBGR's Community of Commerce you can:
On a closing note, if you want to know what drives everything we do - checkout this article: from Australia (click here).
And that is just restaurants - what about everybody else?
Have a great business week.
The heart of business etiquette is about building strong relationships with your network by fostering better communication. This can only happen when those you network with feel secure and comfortable about you as a person and a professional. Although basic business etiquette may vary from country to country, some basics stand the test of time and geography.
EPISODE D1.004 PEOPLE SKILLS FOR SUCCESS
What You Need to Know
Setting a professional tone with clients and customers is a key factor to building the relationships you need for success. For organizations and employees alike, recognizing the critical link between business protocol and profit is key to your success. Learn how to confidently interact with colleagues in ways that make you and your whole organization shine
Many people assume 'etiquette' refers to which fork you use for the salad and how quickly you should send a thank you note after receiving a gift. When it comes to the business world, however, the way you behave says a lot about your professionalism.
Even the smallest faux pas can hurt your business more than you realize. After all, no one wants to work with someone who is rude or inconsiderate. By being conscious of business etiquette you can help set yourself apart professionally.
The 5 Types of Business Etiquette
What You Need to Do
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Written by Donna Kunde
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