Do you think there are new rules for phone etiquette? The Washington Post recently rounded some up, so let’s discuss.
Business Etiquette Advice
Business etiquette advice for the professional woman.
I don’t know if you’ve ever thought about whether weak language can actually help you get a raise or not — but maybe we should talk about it?
What are your thoughts on work communication etiquette in 2023? What rules have you established to make your work communication reflect your personal brand (e.g., tone? grammar?) — and what rules have you established for purposes of work-life boundaries?
Exit interviews: leave with a smile or spill the beans?
The Cut just issued a big guide to etiquette — do you agree with their advice? In general, what older etiquette rules do you think are less important, and what new rules exist?
If you woke up with a head cold before a big meeting, how would you handle it? If you attended a meeting where someone was coughing and sneezing, would you be annoyed? (Put another way: are we back to 2019 business etiquette around head colds, or have things changed?)
What do you think are the most important rules to follow at work lunches (and dinners)? Any “fun” embarrassing business lunch stories to share so that readers can learn from your mistakes…?
Have you ever disengaged from work instead of quitting? Where are the boundaries between disengaging, leaning out, and having healthy work/life balance — and is there business etiquette associated with them?
On the off chance anyone’s company is still having their black-tie affair this year, we thought we’d give some advice on what to wear, and what not to wear. (Although the best advice we can give you is: ask a colleague who’s already been to the party at least once, or look for pictures from … Read More about What Not to Wear To… a Black-Tie Affair
What are the rules for office holiday party etiquette?
How has business etiquette changed with regards to meeting new coworkers who you’ve only known over Zoom or Slack — or at this point meeting someone you’ve worked with for a year or two in person for the first time?
Wondering what summer associates or young lawyers should wear to summer cocktail parties thrown by partners or clients? Here are some tips.