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Party on… And after dinner?

Lew Bayer, partner at The Civility Group, weighs in on after-dinner etiquette:
October 1, 2007

Lew Bayer, partner at The Civility Group, weighs in on after-dinner etiquette:
Always extend an exit handshake.
Remember to thank the host (at someone’s home, offer to help clean up) before you leave and then consider sending a hand written card as well.
If you suggested you’d set up a meeting, or pass on a name, or do something – do it!
Reciprocate – extend an invitation to the host when you plan your next function.

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