Etiquette

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...

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...

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...

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...

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....

This video illustrates the crisis we are sharing now and which will only get worse in interpersonal communication.  To have over 400 "Friends" and be lonely - to miss out on the richness of life for the sake of sharing the mundane of our existence;...

Pointing is confrontational, aggressive and belittling.   The person who is pointed at will become defensive and further conversation is unlikely to be positive.   There are many companies which hold high standards for customer service and expectation that their employees will follow through on executing those...

Wouldn't you agree that life is all about quality connections? Our success, happiness and well-being are largely the by products of our ability to get along well with others and cultivate positive relationships. Below is a checklist of ingredients that we discuss in our communication...

To gain a long-term customer, you need to develop a long-term relationship with them. For a client to stay long- term, they have expectations of being treated better than others. During this week's episode of Modern Civility on BlogTalkRadio, John Breheny of Brooks Brothers Clothiers will discuss...

Last Saturday, June 22, The Amazing Grace Culinary and Etiquette Program held its final banquet luncheon to show off what the children in the program had learned. A delicious four-course lunch was served which was prepped by the students and their professional Chef teachers. Each...