Custom Etiquettes and Manners (CEM 7: DISMISSING OR ESCORTING)


Ø  It is a part and parcel of greetings.

ü  Discretion to judiciously round up a conversation and indicate parting of company and succeed in strengthening the bond of friendship for the future.

ü  Dismiss someone by simply nodding or thanking them by standing up and escort him to the main door.

ü  A handshake, namaste, hi-bye, see you soon will suffice.

ü  Do not forget to ask them to come again and to keep in touch.

ü  Important visitors require red carpet welcome. It is gracious to walk the person to his car or transport he has.

ü  If you are expecting a person do not make them wait for too long at the reception.

ü  Similarly in an office, never allow an important visitor to find his own way out alone. Accord this to ordinary visitor if the location is in a maze cubicles.

Ø  Making Enquiries: All of us have felt the need for establishing contact. For making certain enquiries or seeking information or seeking directions, good manners demand our greeting a person proceeding to make our request, at least with a genuine smile. A thank you is in order when doubts have been cleared.

Ø  Conversation:
ü  Get right to the point, no time to talk about the weather.
ü  A quick follow up is needed.

ü  Manner of speech should not call for comment.


Also Read:


Share on Google Plus

About Cavalier India

Cavalier India is the biggest Defence Career Training Academy in India with network covering the entire country. We train candidates to face SSB Interviews, NDA Exam, CDS Exam, CPO Exam, AFCAT Exam and Other Entrance Tests.