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Nicole DeVault, etiquette versus Good Manners: How about both?
Good Manners are really an extension of respect for oneself, as well as others.
Unfortunately we are not born knowing these rules. Today baby boomers, who based their social behaviors on less traditional values are finding themselves lost in both social and professional situations. How one handles oneself at a dinner table, meeting, while hosting a gathering could dictate how high you can go up the corporate ladder or your social circle.
Dining, Business and Social Skills are the path to success in business and society.