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Communication and Dress Etiquette. (Quote on the bottom). Communication. Effective Communication Email Etiquette. Communication and Dress Etiquette. Communication and Dress Etiquette. Why Communicate?. To inform Deadlines, events, do’s and don’t To give direction

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communication

Communication

Effective Communication

Email Etiquette

Communication and Dress Etiquette

why communicate
Communication and Dress EtiquetteWhy Communicate?
  • To inform
    • Deadlines, events, do’s and don’t
  • To give direction
    • How to’s, tutorials, to-and-from
  • To express your opinions
    • Debate, contribute, lead
ways to communicate
Communication and Dress EtiquetteWays to Communicate
  • Ways to communicate
    • In person
    • Phone call
    • E-mail
    • Text message
    • Instant messenger
    • Social networking
who to communicate with
Who to communicate with

Officers and Advisors (Presidents, VP, Secretaries, Treasurers, Bulletin Editors etc)

Kiwanis

District Board

Your committee

Executive Officers

Regional Advisors

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when to communicate
When to communicate

As soon as possible to create a professional relationship

Whenever you are assigned work or are asked for a reply

Try to get to know them on a personal basis so they are more willing to communicate with you when you need them to.

Never call in the middle of the night around 7 to 8 would be optimal for most

If assigning work make sure to tell the people being assigned the work far enough in advance.

Communication and Dress Etiquette

how to communicate
How to communicate

In person is always the best option

Make phone calls to your president's, Regional Advisor and anyone else necessary to get the job done

E-mails are a must with the job as you need to relay a lot of information to a lot of people in a short time

Other forms of communication such as Instant messengers (AIM etc.) might connect to your members faster.

Communication and Dress Etiquette

email etiquette

Communication and Dress Etiquette

Email Etiquette

When Sending an Email always

  • --Start with a professional greeting
  • Example: Dear Mr. So and So.
  • --Do not use emoticons
  • Examples :-) :-( :-/ :-o :-p etc.
  • --They show that you are not serious about whatever it is you are trying to relay.
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Communication and Dress Etiquette

Email Etiquette
  • --Use full proper grammar, do not use short sentences.
  • *Bad Examples: Yo Alex, I need your MRF.
  • : Do nOt tyPE lIKe THis, uSe coRRecT PUnCtuatiON.
  • *Good Examples: Hello Alex, I was emailing to find as to why Livingston High School did not submit their Monthly Report Form this month. Is there anything I can do to help?
  • :Type like this using correct punctuation.
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Communication and Dress Etiquette

Email Etiquette
  • --Closing an Email is the same as starting one, Always leave your contact information
  • Example: Sincerely,
  • Ricky Sahota
  • D46 Lieutenant Governor
  • California-Nevada-Hawaii District
  • (209)-202-****
  • --Remember that you are representing the Key Club International, use good judgment.
  • USE YOUR KEY CLUB EMAIL FOR KEY CLUB PURPOSES ONLY
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Communication and Dress Etiquette

Dress Etiquette

Key Club Casual

Business Casual

Business Professional

Tie Tying

key club casual
No-no’s!

Dirty shoes

Socks & Sandals

Bad Fitting Clothes

Saggy jeans

Communication and Dress Etiquette

Key Club Casual

What to wear?

  • Key Club T-Shirts
  • Jeans
  • Shorts/Skirts
  • Shoes/Flip Flops
  • Anything appropriate!
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When to wear?

Key Club Socials

Service Events

School

Everywhere that is not formal!

Too Boring?

Accessorize

Layer

Dress up

Communication and Dress Etiquette

Key Club Casual