Just as societal norms are considered as unwritten
code and compels obedience and not deviance so also is professional etiquettes
designed to ease social interaction in the business environment adherence to
this makes you more professional and make a good first impression of yourself.

vEnsure to Say Your Full Name

to work etiquette, all business engagement starts with an introduction. Either
You are presenting your project and company to potential customers, but at
first, you introduce yourself. Say your full name before extending a hand. The
proper introduction has many benefits; you sound more professional; people
remember and recognize you quite often. Thus, adding value to your status in a
very easy way.

vUnderstand your dress code

can never be over emphasized. Your dressing creates a big first impression!
That’s the first thing people notice when they meet you in or outside the
office. You should always ensure you? First, check out what the dress code is
at the event, business meetup, you’re planning to attend. Second, ensure you
follow through with those guidelines. Avoid wearing sloppy and inappropriate
clothing in the office. Wear what you find comfortable and what fits you best.
Try to stick to classic or casual classic style.

vTurn off the Phone

phone is the most distracting thing ever. Try to avoid answering the calls
during a meeting. If the calls are important for your business, if it’s an
important call then just turn on a voicemail to call back later. The point is
that you must be interested in live networking and make the most of it.

vStop Crossing Your Legs

frequently see people sitting with their legs crossed, and posture relaxed.
There’s nothing wrong with it, actually, until it comes to the business
environment. At business events, it may be distracting and inappropriate. Try
to avoid it if possible.

vFollow Office Rules

every company has its own policies. Familiarize with them and follow them. It’s
going to make you great at the workplace because most workers rarely pay enough
attention to those rules. Remain standing until the host, most senior or oldest
person has taken their sits. Be polite and don’t rush.