A few years back, after chasing a particular client for business, I finally got the chance to go through the selection process. I aced the pitches and was selected to run a training for them. Finally, the door into this bank had opened for me. This testimony was grand; as I had sought the opportunity to work with them for over 3 years. A few … Continue reading “Aunty, I only came to say thank you…” How rejection became my motivation – Bankole Williams
You see, no matter how much you pray, a two-litre capacity cup cannot contain ten litres of water. How many billionaires has your industry produced? Continue reading “Today, I Want to Shatter a Table…” – Bankole Williams
… heavy perfumes can also be a real turnoff. Likewise excessive make-up. Still on Office Etiquette, today we take a look at some general codes of conduct, starting with your personal grooming and conduct. Sequel to our last post, “Why Office Etiquette? The Power of an Employee…”, sure after this post, you’d understand why employers seek to hire or promote individuals who would enhance the … Continue reading Office Etiquette: Grooming and Habits – It Starts with YOU!
Perception is as good as reality in business. Still on Office Etiquette, today we ask, “Why Office Etiquette? Why should people behave decently and conduct business transactions honorably in the work place?” Have you ever been overlooked for employment or promotion despite your skill and experience while certain people got employed or promoted? … employees are the face of the business. Skill set apart, it … Continue reading Why Office Etiquette? The Power of an Employee…
It’s all about conducting yourself courteously and decently at work. In his international bestseller, The Rules of Work, Richard Templar made reference to certain unspoken and unwritten rules of work. Such rules include Office Etiquette or Manners. Office Etiquette simply means unwritten /unspoken codes of conduct that employees need to abide by, in order to be productive and successful in the office or workplace. It’s … Continue reading Office Etiquette: Unwritten Code for the Workplace
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