Last post July 10, 2010 03:21 AM by Briju. 1 repiles.
Always remember to introduce the person of lesser importance to the person of higher importance. How one decides on importance is totally left to one’s discretion, but here are a few guidelines that could ease the matter. • It is rank, not gender that is important in a business setting.
• Age, experience, job level and public recognition are the key factors while determining importance. So, introduce a younger person to an older person, a co-worker to boss, boss to a client (the client ranks higher in importance than anyone else in the company!) and lay person to an official.
• Whilst being introduced, stand up, or at least make an attempt to rise. Smile and greet the person before shaking hands.
according to one should introduce people ---
1. by his/her introduction
2. his proffesional back ground
3.his skills and acheivements
I think process does matter in introduction.
Give proper introduction about company,reules and regulation.
Make him/her comfortable as it was his/her 1st day
Take a round with him/her around the company.
Take him/her to introduce to his or her colleague and his/her bosses.
2. his professional back ground
3.his skills and achievements.