What Does Etiquette Have To Do With Ratings?

Our lives are all about the ratings.  We look to Yelp or Travel Advisor or Google when selecting a restaurant, hotel or other venue of entertainment.  We look to sites like Angies’ List or Home Advisor or HealthGrades to find the highest rated professionals to help us solve our problems.  We decide if we should […]

An Interviewer recently asked “How older people can address annoying habits”

Questions: If a retiree in their 60s or 70s is aware he/she has some annoying personality trait (like talking too much) and maybe is teased on occasion by his/her family about it, are there any practical steps this person can take to improve, address or eliminate this annoying habit? (i.e., exercises or behavior-changing tools or […]

business disability etiquette

October is Disability Awareness Month

The month of October is set aside as the time to learn how to behave around people who live with disabilities.  Disabilites may be seen as in having to use a wheel chair or crutches.  You may know people who have unseen disabilities such as blindness or deafness or neurological issues.  The population who live […]

Name Badges Mean Better Customer Engagement

From a press release on June 1, 2017 from Imprint Plus: To determine how important it is for customers to know the names of the persons they are doing business with, Imprint Plus, leading manufacturer of customized reusable name badge and signage systems, sponsored a random survey of 1,000 men and women across the U.S. […]

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 […]