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We should be aware that within 30 seconds
of meeting someone, people subconsciously analyse you and your attitude.
Others assimilate more significant messages about you and your organization from the way you present yourself .It is best to analyse yourself, seek opinion of your friends on your mannerism, voice modulation ,gestures, eating habits, net surfing practices and sticking to time schedule habits. We should know how to shake hands gently,how to speak in a balanced tone,etc.We should know which are the taboo topics in a cultured society.The importance of effective introduction ought to be understood.Another issue is how to receive or give a compliment, blatant flattery of your seniors will ultimately spoil your image. So far as possible we better avoid precipitating a crisis especially on non issues but we may also take a firm stand on initiatives or projects in which we are confident.
Anger management is really important as our worst behaviour comes forward when we are angry. Our patience and politeness despite provocation will place us much above others .If we maintain our sang froid under trying and hostile circumstances, we would be honoured for our cool and tranquil nature.
• Coming to Personal Hyigene we should be careful about teeth, hair Care, handkerchief care, body odour, breath, shoes and sandals etc
• .Formal Attire should be worn in office timings. During the formal functions the dress code is usually saree for ladies and formal trousers and shirts for genlemen .Any kind of gaudy clothes or flamboyant jewellery should be avoided.
Thanks giving notes and appreciative remarks show hallmark of a polished person, little courtesies enliven the atmosphere .In body language comes posture, poise ,gait, sitting, standing, eye contact, getting in and getting out of car, bag etiquettes ,picking things off the ground, entering a room, leaving a room, applause etc Sitting (Men & Women), Standing (Men & Women) postures
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