How to Build Strong Relationships at Work
with Daniel Post Senning
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01 Class Introduction08:14
Class duration: 0h 41mSee all 4 lessons
About The Class
Good Etiquette Is Key to Forming Strong Bonds with Your Coworkers
Why is proper etiquette so important? Simple. Because when we misbehave or exhibit poor judgment, we alienate people. But when we act in appropriate, socially acceptable ways, we develop strong bonds.
Healthy, positive relationships are critical to every aspect of our lives, including the world of work. This course teaches the fundamentals of good professional etiquette and offers three goals that will improve your relationships, raise your self-esteem and help you avoid the most common personal mistakes people make.
In this class, you’ll learn how to:
- Understand the principles of good etiquette.
- Define etiquette according to the writings of Emily Post.
- Utilize the three essential goals that will improve your relationships.
- See things from other people's perspective.
- Avoid common sense blunders.
Meet Emily Post07:06
The Principle of Good Etiquette15:38
Manners and Principles10:15
Daniel Post Senning
Daniel Post Senning is the great-great grandson of Emily Post and a co-author of Emily Post’s Etiquette, 19th edition and The Etiquette Advantage in Business, 3rd edition. He is also the author of Manners in a Digital World: Living Well Online. ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
33% of students recommend this class.
See what some of them have to say.
Seems oddly misnamed as it has nothing to do with relationships at work. Instead, the presenter talks a lot about his ancestor, Emily Post, and spends a lot of time promoting the family business that is built around promoting her ideas. He spends some time broadly discussing concepts like etiquette and rudeness, but I didn't come away from this feeling like anything was particularly enlightening or actionable.
Thank you for caring about feedback. Workshop: “Building Stong Relationships at Work” was not the specific topic covered. And the “How To” was minimal. If the seminar had been titled Basic Etiquette presented by her ggg-grandson maybe I would have listened out curiosity and had my expections of what was covered met. About 5 mins of interesting history of Emily Post and 5 mins reminder of basic principles in people care. The presenter’s style was underwhelming. General comment. I had streaming issues and found no fast forward option on mobile which made it difficult when I needed to restart at the beginning.... multiple times. Also I received the rsvp confirmation email but not the “on the air” confirmation/link.
A clear course on basics of etiquette everybody should know so we can live in a better world. Recommended!
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