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THE CONFIDENCE FACTOR:
Etiquette for Success in the Job Search and Business Relations
Often underrated as common sense and thus unnecessary, etiquette plays a major role in the confidence level of job seekers and business professionals and their perceived level of competence in the business world today. How employees handle themselves on the job is important for their career success and provides their employer with satisfied clients and repeat customers. Like it or not, observers equate good manners at the workplace with competence in business and sloppy manners with lack of ability. In the current competitive global economy, front line business professionals may be the customers’ only contact with the company. Therefore, they must seize every opportunity to favorably distinguish themselves and their employers from the competition.
BIO: Elizabeth Craig, MBA, Master Career Development Professional (MCDP), Internationally Certified Career and Job Search Strategist
Author of “Don’t Slurp Your Soup, A Basic Guide to Business Etiquette,” selected as the Midwest Book Awards, “Best Business Book.” Honored as a National Career Development Association Outstanding Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF) in 2009.
President, ELC Global LLC, a career and lifework consultancy firm dedicated for more than twenty years to assisting individuals and organizations in reaching their highest levels of success. Elizabeth is a multi-talented businesswoman and expert career strategist whose natural gift in life is to help others achieve their optimal career happiness! She is considered by professional colleagues and private clients to be a master in the field of career services, guidance, counseling, and development. She is actively involved in The Purpose Project, Center for Spirituality & Healing, University of Minnesota and award-winning Working on Purpose facilitator. Elizabeth has appeared on television and often in the media. She has developed and presented courses and programs for Professional and Executive Education Courses, as an Invited Executive to universities, professional organizations, and for worldwide corporations. She has a B.S. in Education and Human Development from the University of Minnesota, and M.B.A. from the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota.
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