When you attend business meetings, dinners and other social functions, you want to make the best impression possible, don’t you? The knowledge of business etiquette may help you feel confident in social settings and ensure that people are comfortable in your presence. Do you introduce the more important person first? What do you do with your napkin if you are called to a telephone during a business meeting in a restaurant? If you share a cab with a business client, where should you sit?
At the website of Louise Fox Protocol Solutions, you can take the "EtiQuiz" to test your knowledge of etiquette, learn about “Top Ten Etiquette Blunders,” and get some tips on how to look and act your best.
Finally, if you do business internationally, check out the resources at Executive Planet. This website offers guides to international business culture and etiquette in over 35 countries.