Dress for success guru John Molloy found almost everyone he talked to agreed, that the final indicator of class was the profession of certain social skills. 99 out of every 100 executives said that social skills were prerequisite for success in your career and business. John Molloy added most executives agree that handling yourself at a cocktail party or the dinner table is at least as important skill as handling yourself in the boardroom.
Etiquette, protocol and intelligence will propel your career. After all, good manners go hand in hand with great leadership.