Summer is coming fast and it is very likely that many of us will stay with friends and family for a few days. Here are eight houseguest etiquette tips so that you’ll get invited to visit again and again. Click on the headlines of this post to continue reading.
Etiquette Tips – How to Listen There’s an old saying, attributed to Calvin Coolidge: “Nobody ever listened his way out of a job.” Listening is a vital skill — not just in sales, but in any field.
Etiquette Tips – How to Ask for Favors, Properly When I am not writing or teaching, I spend a majority of my workday managing email. Like you, I receive many emails that are useless and insignificant. And occasionally, I get an email from someone who wants some free advice. Here is an actual email I […]
Etiquette Tips for Great Travels In 1992, I had the good fortune to be hired as a flight attendant for Northwest Airlines. It was one of the best experiences of my life but it was far from glamorous.
Etiquette Tips on Shopping for Co-Workers Q: Every year, my co-workers and I like to participate in an office gift exchange, yet I often wonder what to give to whom and how much to spend. How do I spread holiday cheer without alienating or offending someone?
Etiquette Tips for the Holiday Season Everyone loves a party. But when it comes to office parties, especially around the holidays, not everyone knows or remembers how to behave. Plenty of us will get our chance to party with our bosses, clients and co-workers during the next few weeks. But we need to keep a […]
Etiquette Tips by Jacqueline Whitmore Oscar Wilde once said, “The world was my oyster and then I used the wrong fork.” During a business meal, nothing gives away your lack of table manners faster than using the wrong utensil for the wrong purpose or presenting yourself poorly at the table.
Wedding Etiquette by Jacqueline Whitmore To make the most of important events like weddings Jacqueline Whitmore shares wedding etiquette tips in this great video interview. Anyone who has ever gotten married knows that it’s expensive to throw a wedding, but it’s also expensive to attend one. Images courtesy of minted.com