For everything you wanted to know on building leadership and management, refer Shyam Bhatawdekar’s website: http://shyam.bhatawdekar.com
(Refer our High Quality Management Encyclopedia at: http://management-universe.blogspot.com/)
For still more on etiquette and manners, also refer:
(Cross Cultural Etiquette and Manners) http://cross-cultural-etiquette.blogspot.com/,
(Email Etiquette) http://email-etiquette-manners.blogspot.com/,
(Telephone Etiquette) http://telephone-etiquette.blogspot.com/,
(Dining Etiquette and Table Manners) http://dining-manners.blogspot.com/,
(Interview Preparation for Job Seekers) http://interview-preparation-jobs.blogspot.com/,
(Group Discussion) http://group-discussion-gd.blogspot.com/
Some More Additional Manners
- When you are in a line waiting to be served, wait patiently in the line for your turn.
- Saying "thank you" to the person who gave you any kind of service does not harm anyone. So, always thank the people who helped you.
- When you are in any public place, behave in a manner that does not inconvenience you or anyone else. If you are important, please remember that other people matter too.
- When you are travelling in an airplane, coach or train or by any other mode of transport and your seat back has the facility to recline, do not lean back all the way.
- Never use abusive language dotted by four letter words or their equivalents even if you have lost your temper completely.
- Do not lose your temper. Get angry but do not hurt yourself by burning your blood, raising your blood pressure, creating a heart condition and so on. Anger harms no one but you. So learn to manage anger. Refer: http://controlling-anger.blogspot.com/