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A Guide to Corporate Meeting Etiquette

If you work for a large company, you’ll probably need to occasionally attend corporate events at a conference center in Houston. While every company may have different rules and expectations of employee conduct at off-site corporate events, there are some basic rules of etiquette that you should always follow. Before attending your next meeting at a corporate meeting location, take a look at this guide to corporate meeting etiquette.

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Review the Agenda and Prepare Ahead of Time

So many people show up to business meetings and off-site corporate events without even reading the meeting agenda beforehand. Reading the meeting agenda and doing some simple preparations prior to your business meeting is a sign of respect to your colleagues, and will allow you to participate more effectively in meeting. If you have any questions or suggestions about agenda items, you’ll have time to bring them up and get them resolved before the meeting.

Handle Introductions Gracefully

If you have the opportunity to meet new colleagues in your business meeting room, make sure to handle your introduction gracefully. Always stand up, look the new colleague in the eye, repeat his or her name, and shake his or her hand. This shows respect for the other person, and will ensure that the introduction is meaningful and memorable for both of you. When introducing others, be sure to state the person’s name clearly, and offer a relevant fact about the person that will put the introduction into context and act as a jumping off point for a conversation.

Take Notes and Participate Politely

During the meeting, take notes diligently so that you have something to refer to later when you need to put agenda items into action. When you participate in meeting discussions, be polite and deferential to others. Don’t interrupt, talk over people, or speak out of turn. When it is appropriate for you to speak, do so respectfully, clearly, and loudly.

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