Etiquette for Working in an Open Space Office

With the proliferation of open-space offices, the ones without doors or barriers between desks, business etiquette is more important than ever.  Here are the top etiquette rules to follow so that your and your colleagues’ days go well. Don’t talk louder on the phone than you would if the person was standing in front of […]

From Military to Civilian Career Transition – What You Need to Know

  ​Listen at www.blogtalkradio.com/moderncivility to hear Cynthia Lett and Tom Wolfe (author of Out of Uniform: Your Guide to a Successful Military-to-Civilian Career Transition) talk about what is necessary for Veterans to know about their next step in their careers and what business owners who hire them need to keep in mind.  They talk about […]

Church Etiquette

Pew protocol tips for Mass manners These guidelines are offered by Ambassador Protocol, a company that offers etiquette training, part of which promotes increased awareness of manners during Mass. Attire The idea of “Sunday best” should be honored; churchgoers of all ages should dress conservatively. Coat and tie is appropriate for men, but not required. […]

To build rapport, relationships and to connect with customers, co-workers family and friends it’s important to watch what you say and how you say it.   Poor conversation skills can derail teams, cause leaders to lose respect, destroy customer relationships, lose sales, and demolish friendships. Here are 12 things to avoid in your conversations.   […]