Over the Counter Etiquette
by Harold Almon baesoe.com
2. Know where to wear that name badge _____________
4. Do introductions (correctly, __________________ then _____________ or_____________.
5. Mingle. Be good company. When someone gives you a business card, know what to do with it ____________________________, and what to have to give back. ________________You can say, “I am temporarily out” I can email you my resume or contact information.
6. Know how to respond to an offer of a drink, during daylight. Order _______________. It is easier to say than ________________. Know “What can I get you” And What it will cost. What to do with the napkin. Hold the glass by the base or the stem ___________. Do this _________. When not drinking, _______________________ (And wash your hands before you come to or stay at the table.)
8. Learn how to survive a business party: how to hold a napkin, glass, and a plate, in your ____________, functionally.
14. When seated at a table, place a napkin _____________ before eating or drinking anything.
15. Look for food to be served (counter-clockwise) from __________ (leaving.) At a table -- look for drinks at table to be served from ________ (refreshing)
16. Eat each meal in an accepted style: ______________or ______________________. _______________ in only one direction, one ____________________ at a time. (Yes, you may eat only one thing at a time.) Keep your hands on the table
Eat each course in such a manner as to finish it______________________. Take __________ often. Rest the __________________ on the edge of the table. You can rest your elbows on the table __________________. (Continentally, you can talk with a knife and fork in your hands.___________.
17. Avoid adding salt or pepper to food, unless it is to ________, _________, _________, ___________, or ______________. When salt is requested, ensure _____________________ Avoid ________________.