Search Results: 'Table Manners-Austin'

Search

×
×
×
×
2 results for "Table Manners-Austin"
University Business Etiquette Dinner Tonight Guide Professional & Graduate University Etiquette Business Dining 101 Dining is a Dance Look Professional and Polished Outclass the Competition By Harold Almon
Paperback: $14.95
Prints in 3-5 business days
University Business Etiquette Dinner Tonight Guide University Etiquette Business Dining 101 provides an excellent opportunity to learn (or brush up on) business table manners: rules of etiquette... More > used for business dining: pre-steps, dining stations and lines, presents, name badge placement, handling cocktail food, mock-tail introductions, handshaking, getting business cards, standard USA menu number and order of courses, napkin rules, advanced-formal place settings, flatware rule of three & ten, napkin rules, eating Continental style, cutting meat, eating a four course meal, bone-in chicken manners, eating salad with the third fork, saying thank you, rules of reciprocity, and other things to ponder. This is written because there comes a time to transcend coffee shop habits and dining hall ways. Business Dining is a ritual at which more than eating is done. Your business dinner etiquette: the way you drink and eat reflects on you and your company. Dining is a dance. Look polished. Outclass the competition.< Less
Casual and Fine Dining Etiquette University Etiquette Business Dining Class Where You Eat Eat Like Someone Is Watching Outclass the Competition By Harold Almon
Paperback: $14.95
Prints in 3-5 business days
Casual and Fine Dining Etiquette Business Dining is book I of a set. Book II is University Business Etiquette Dinner Tonight Business Dining 101. Book I provides an excellent opportunity to learn (or... More > brush up on) Table Manners: rules of etiquette used while eating, pre steps, menu number and order of courses, setting a place setting, using a napkin, eating bread and butter, using glasses, spoon rules, rest positions, using cutlery, eating American style, using salt, how to eat chicken bone-in with a knife and fork, and saying thank you. Because 1. Dining is a ritual at which more than eating is done. 2. What you eat is up to you. How you eat is your present to the table, and the view you provide to those around you. The way a person eats reflects on that person and on his or her company. But above all that 3. When sitting at a table and sharing a meal with a friend it is wonderful to know what is being signaled and what to signal back. Eat like someone is watching Outclass the Competition.< Less