GROOMING & PRO ETIQUETTE Chapter 2: Making a Positive Impression on…
GROOMING & PRO ETIQUETTE
Making a Positive Impression on The Job
Soul Searching Before Job Searching
-Choose the job that you really want.
-Read and learn about the company.
Things that have to know
2)Do a news search for the past few months, and see what you can find.
3) Track down the friend of the friend who used to work there
1)Query the person who referred you to the company for information.
Writing Appropriate Cover Letters and Resume
-Include address, telephone number, email at the top of the page.
-Basic information if email-
-Use fonts Times and Arial
-Stick to the communication medium you start with until the employer changes it.
Keep the letter short and to the point,briefly highlighting your qualifications, giving a short explanation of any gaps in your employment, and providing information that will entice the employer.
-Avoid grammatical and typographical errors in your résumé and cover letter at all costs
Making phone call
To follow up resume
If you’re calling the company for information or to follow up on a sent résumé, always introduce yourself first.
Provide additional information politely if the person with whom you’re speaking requests it.
Explain the subject briefly when making follow-up calls.
eave a brief message if you get the person’s voice mail. Include your name and phone number, and explain your reason for callin
eave a brief message if you get the person’s voice mail. Include your name and phone number, and explain your reason for calling.
Find out the name of the person who has helped you before hanging up, in case you need to call back.
Say thank you
Practising for the Interview
Dress in the attire you plan to wear to the interview.
Practice while sitting in a chair in front of a full-length mirror so you can observe your mannerisms. Observe your posture while standing and sitting, as well as your facial expressions and hand movements.
Don’t fidget, tap your fingers, wring your hands, or touch your hair, face, or jewelry.
Read through a list of common questions and respond to each as though you are really in the interview.
: Get the correct pronunciation of your interviewer’s name and title
[02:25, 17/12/2019] Irdinie Alieya: pleasant to the receptionist, assistant, security guard, or anyone else who may be helping you find your interviewer.
Stand up when your interviewer approaches. greet interviewer's name.
Give the interview your full attention.
Start with a smile and firm handshake
Be as specific as possible in answering the interviewer’s questions.
Tell the interviewer now that you’ll call her to follow up, and specify a time period that’s reasonable based on your discussion.
Right Office Manners
-Do not make noise that can disturb people
Say "Hello" or "Good Morning" to those you encounter that morning
Developing Good Relations With Peers
-Knowing personality type
Good Relation With Staff & Superiors
Be clear and polite
. Show sensitivity, be accommodating, and don’t pry.
Ask, rather than tell, others to do things
Follow your boss's lead
Do your job
Treat your boss with respect and understanding
Show appreciation for someone else's work
-Compliment must be polite, precise, prompt and public
-To improve performance
-Critic must be private, polite, precise, prompt,professional
Visiting Another Office
Don’t bring any food or drink with you to someone else’s office unless you’ve been asked to provide food for the meeting.
Make an appointment.
Be polite to everyone at the office.
on’t touch things in someone’s office without asking