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Manners - Do They Really Matter? #SocialCafe 7.19

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Do you think manners and attitude are related? If so, how?

It seems to be that we have a consensus that attitude and manners are at least related to one another, if not a direct correlation (specific relationship).

Do manners affect attitudes or attitudes affect manners or both?

As Con says, we are getting a bit philosophical and assessing the value and influence of manners. :)

How can we improve on how we portray our businesses, as it relates to manners?

We have identified that it is good to be aware of the influence and also to keep it simple, whenever possible.

Does the behavior of individuals in the business affect the view of the business and its reputation?

We have also reached a consensus that the presentation of the business is impacted by the manners (or lack thereof) of those who represent it.

Should team members care about manners or do you think that is for owners to worry about in business?

It seems that we think that caring about the effects on the business might matter. :)

Should owners of small businesses get involved in how team members portray their company or is it none of their business?

Whether or not business owners do care, it might not be a bad idea for them to consider areas for improvement.

Do you think that education in manners is necessary, helpful, or completely unnecessary in most businesses?

There are plenty of training resources, even free resources, available to help people to acquire behavior that includes manners, if it doesn’t already come naturally to them.

What are you going to do differently, if anything, this next week?

So, what tasks can we come up with for this next week? Oh, wait, we asked that already. It would seem that anything that includes continuous process improvement may be worth considering for merit.

Final Thoughts and Action Steps

We are moving right along in our manners series and are almost finished. Now, to look forward to that cup half full and ways to use rules to our benefit, at next week’s chat. Remember - you are appreciated!


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Manners can sometimes be misinterpreted. We started our discussion about manners last week, but are we convinced that manners have anything to do with our business success? Let's chat about it.

Great opportunity to consider whether manners are worth the time and more importantly if they have an effect on our business. Chatting about manners on #SocialCafe.


Twitter Event Details

  • Date:   05/15/2018
  • Time:   6:00 pm PST/PDT (9:00 pm EST/EDT).
  • Hashtag:   #SocialCafe

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Twitter Event Questions

    1. Do you think manners and attitude are related? If so, how?
    1. Do manners affect attitudes or attitudes affect manners or both?
    1. How can we improve on how we portray our businesses, as it relates to manners?
    1. Does the behavior of individuals in the business affect the view of the business and its reputation?
    1. Should team members care about manners or do you think that is for owners to worry about in business?
    1. Should owners of small businesses get involved in how team members portray their company or is it none of their business?
    1. Do you think that education in manners is necessary, helpful, or completely unnecessary in most businesses?
    1. What are you going to do differently, if anything, this next week?


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