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Your Emotional Intelligence And Your Etiquette.

We define etiquette as ‘conventional requirements as to social behaviour; proprieties of conduct as established in any class or community or for any occasion.’ They are guidelines on how to behave befitting good manners while in the company of other people. They show sensitivity to the needs and feelings of the person or people who you are with.  Etiquette covers most aspects of social interactions, including self-presentation, communication, courtesy, and hospitality. Business etiquette, in particular, covers expectations in the interactions between co-workers, the company and their clients, as well as the company and their shareholders.  Etiquette guidelines are many and can be quite complicated. However, as you develop your emotional intelligence in particularly the skill of awareness of others, and your self management, you will become enlightened and engaged to etiquette. Your developed emotional intelligence allows you to begin to understand what other people are like, what they don’t like, and how you can adjust.

Marcus is a leading South African and African Speaker, Teacher, Assessor, and Author, in the sciences of applied emotional intelligence for leadership, sales, and workplace human development. For more information on workshops and assessments kindly call +27 82 855 4383 or email marcus@marcusvanwyk.com

Marcus van Wyk

Marcus is a leading South African and African Speaker, Teacher, Assessor, and Author, in the sciences of applied emotional intelligence for leadership, sales, and workplace human development. He is the founder of THE AFRICAN EQ NETWORK, a platform of ideas, training and human assessments dedicated to the advancement of emotional intelligence in Africa, for Africa, for African excellence. Marcus speaks to organizations in Africa with experience in human development and getting ahead in a competitive environment with their greatest assets – their PEOPLE! Invite Marcus to your organization for a fascinating engagement on emotional intelligence.

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