Meeting and Greeting Etiquette

Your first interaction with clients, customers, friends, and colleagues is through introductions and greetings. For the start, it's crucial that you get it correctly. Making a first impression takes between 7 and 10 seconds, and it lasts a lifetime, according to scientific research. You must ensure that your initial meeting is memorable in all the right ways.

The most typical greeting is a handshake, followed by warm smiles and direct eye contact. Say "good morning," "good afternoon," or "good evening" depending on the time of day. Women may embrace and kiss on each cheek, beginning with the right, if a friendship has been established.

When greeting one another or speaking, men frequently touch each other on the shoulder or arm. Prior to developing a personal connection, use the honorific titles Mr., Mrs., or Miss along with the person's last name. Never call someone by their first name unless you've been invited. You might be invited to refer to the person by their nickname as your connection develops.

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