Thursday, August 31, 2017

When You Get Someone University Etiquette Business Dining Harold Almon

Get Etiquette Outclass the Competition
Harold Almon Etiquette Coach
Be at Ease School of Etiquette Austin

When you get someone, there will come a time for new home training; you will encounter a meal called, “What is this ###?” It will be your favorite person, who contacted a contact, and now is trying to serve you your “Favorite dish.” It will be followed by a meal called, “Some more.” It is what you will ask for the next time that person tries to make you the same dish.
You can encounter a meal called, "Lets Share.” Someone will say, "Try some of this." You will get to sample some of the meal that you ordered for someone else, and someone else will get to share some of a meal that was yours. When someone wishes to share food with you, provide the giver with a clean fork for the transfer. You can pass your plate to the giver with the attending implements in the finished position and have the portion placed directly onto your plate.
You will encounter a second helping called, "You eat the rest of this" and get to see someone scrape onto your plate food that no one else wants to eat. If you allow this, life will go on. There is a flip side to this, you will learn to say "You gonna eat that?" In addition, you could hear about Doggie bags.
In business dining, avoid asking for or accepting seconds and/or for Doggie bags, and all other of the above practices. They are separate and apart from Polished Table Manners. They are things done among families and/or with people you would like to be in your family.
That “What is this ###?” meal can very well become the signature meal you take to an office potluck or serve when entertaining people at your in-home dinner party.