NBMBAA Atlanta Chapter November 2014 Forum “Business Etiquette”

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November 17, 2014 from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Atlanta, United States

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National Black MBA Association Atlanta Chapter presents our
November Forum…
“Business Etiquette”
November 17, 2014
6:00pm – 8:30pm
Georgia Power Auditorium
241 Ralph McGill Blvd NE
Atlanta, GA 30308

Business etiquette skills are essential to succeeding in business. Business leaders who value technical skills also include awareness of proper business etiquette as an invaluable skill set for leaders.


A Certified business etiquette coach will be our speaker for this interactive session, guiding you through business etiquette practices so that you feel confident with interacting in different business situations.


Nichelle Singleton WilliamsManager, Learning and Development – Global FinanceThe Coca-Cola Company

How you present yourself to others in the business world speaks volumes. People often form first impressions about others within seconds of first meeting them; therefore it is crucial to ensure you are properly prepared to present yourself as a professional.


Now, many job interviews are done informally during a networking event or lunch or dinner. But we know that professional social situations can be awkward. The rules are slightly different from standard social settings, yet business schools rarely discuss professional etiquette topics. November’s business etiquette forum will focus on business etiquette basics including how to introduce yourself, which fork to use, which way to pass the rolls, and what to order at restaurants. These are the social rules you need to know to be successful and establish professional relationships.


**Free parking in Visitor lot.**