Book a Meeting with the Executive's Miss Manners

* Don't touch anything at the table until your host picks up his napkin or takes a sip of water.

*Never drink after a toast is made in your honor.

*Use your knife to cut salad, vegetables, meat--do not use the side of your fork.

It's not difficult to recognize these as some of the rules governing proper table manners. But they're also rules for corporate success, says Amy Mills Tunnicliffe, director of Boston-based The Proper Manner. "Business today takes place in a gl

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