Welcome to the please and thanks courtesy toolkit, packed with resources to help you promote courtesy.
Free to use and download
You are welcome to view or download and print off these materials for your business or personal use. Select polite prompt sheets and checklists from the menu to the right.
All these materials are based on common sense and you may have much better ideas about how to promote courtesy. Perhaps you are already a very polite person and can teach us a few things?
Courteous behaviour from everyone can help create the best working environment possible, although it cannot solve everything, especially where there are deep-seated problems. Courtesy is not a quick, easy fix for all problems and, in some circumstances, help may be required in specific areas to identify and resolve the cause of problems.
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Your comments and suggestions
The purpose of the toolkit is to suggest ways of promoting courtesy in business, although many elements will also be useful on a personal level. If there are any suggestions you have for further materials, please let us know. We would also like to hear your comments on our materials, especially if you believe they can be improved.
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Acting courteously can improve many aspects of business at no cost. There’s so much that can be done simply by changing attitudes and habits.
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- Commitment to Courtesy
- Courtesy and development in leadership
- Courtesy in social media
- Recognition and acknowledgement
- What is courtesy?
- Common courtesy
- Why courtesy?
- Personal courtesy
- Business courtesy
- Managing courteously
- Start your courtesy initiative
- Eliminate blame culture
- Reduce customer complaints
- Complain courteously
- Resolve complaints courteously
- Mature management
- Stress and anger
- What a customer wants
- Courtesy in meetings