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Office party etiquette Himani

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Office party etiquette Himani

  1. 1. Office Party Etiquette BY: Himani Soni PRESENTATION ON:
  2. 2. Contents • Introduction • Rules for office party etiquettes • Do things in party • Don`t things in party • Tips To Remember
  3. 3. etiquettes • Etiquette refers to skill sets required by an individual to find a place in the society. No one likes to talk to a person who lacks etiquette.
  4. 4. Office party etiquettes • Office Party Etiquette teaches an individual how to behave at office parties, dinners and get together. It is essential for an individual to behave sensibly at office parties.
  5. 5. Rules for office party etiquettes • Try to reach on time. Being late to parties might annoy your boss. Be present at the venue a little early and check whether all necessary arrangements have been made or not? • Be careful about what you wear. Party at the office does not mean one has the liberty to wear revealing clothes. Wear something which looks good on you. Avoid wearing heavy jewellery to office parties. Remember simplicity is the best way to create an everlasting impression. Do not wear skimpy dresses or something which shows much of your skin.
  6. 6. Rules for office party etiquettes • Maintain the decorum of the place. Remember your superiors are keeping an eye on you every moment. Don’t do anything which questions your education, family background and upbringing. • Practice humility If you've been a star performer in your organization, you may be honored with a toast. Accept the honor gracefully, but don't drink to yourself or clap when others are applauding you.
  7. 7. Rules for office party etiquettes • Eat, drink and be merry—in moderation Where else but the office party can you find the CEO and the mailroom clerk bellied up to the bar together? But remember: Alcohol plus you and your boss can equal Monday morning's "I can't believe I said that." If you choose to drink, do so minimally. • Dress appropriately for the occasion Klinkenberg says this rule especially applies to women who sometimes use company parties to strut their stuff. Leave anything short, tight or revealing in the closet. You've worked hard to create a professional image, and revealing clothes can alter your coworkers' and manager's perception of you as a competent professional.
  8. 8. Rules for office party etiquettes • Introduce yourself This is a great opportunity to become visible to your organization's higher-ups. At the very least, don't spend the entire evening with your regular office buddies—get in the holiday spirit and mingle with people from other departments. • Find out who can come to the event Spouses and significant others are not always on the guest list. Check beforehand to avoid a potentially uncomfortable evening.
  9. 9. Do things in party • Do attend the party • Do find out who else has been invited • Do plan what you will talk about no matter whom you encounter • Do pay attention to whom the invitation is addressed • Do stay at least an hour
  10. 10. Don’t things in party • Do not arrive too early, but be on time • Do not overstay your welcome • Do not wear inappropriate attire • Do not spend your time grazing at the refreshment table or loading your plate in the buffet line • Do not overindulge when it comes to alcohol
  11. 11. Tips To Remember • Dress To Impress • Prepare Ahead • Respect The Privacy Of Your Colleagues • Drink, Dance And Sing In Moderation • Remember Your “Thank You's” • Don't Contemplate Attending • No Whispering Allowed • Be Safe • Spread Gifts Around

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