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Business Etiquette

A professional presence is essential for success in today's workplace. Learn the skills that will set you apart from the competition and allow your talent and leadership abilities to shine. Tip: Make eye contact when shaking hands - don't look over the person's shoulder.

Personal Branding

In business, we are judged on how we look, speak and act. Using modern, effective business and dining etiquette can elevate your professional presence. Tip: Never forget the power of a handwritten thank you note.

Business Dining

Many important business meetings are conducted over meals. Eliminate dining insecurities so you can focus on business instead of your table manners. Tip: Your bread plate is on the left and your beverage is on the right.

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Three Ways to Build Your Personal Brand at Work

Three Ways to Build Your Personal Brand at Work

August 17, 2018

You may be perfectly comfortable branding products or services as a part of your daily job, but did you know that your personal brand may be the most important brand that you need to promote? That’s right; your personal brand can help you land your dream job, gain approval for a project you’re passionate about, … Read More

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Dining Etiquette for Business Meals

Dining Etiquette for Business Meals

August 3, 2018

When you’re dining with business colleagues, are you more focused on which fork to use than on the conversation? If you’re nodding your head in agreement, you aren’t alone. Many young professionals are not as confident about their table manners as they would like to be. Today’s dining is decidedly casual: lunch from a food … Read More

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Understanding Workplace Friendships

Understanding Workplace Friendships

July 3, 2018

We spend a lot of time at work, so it is only natural to develop friendships with colleagues and bosses. But workplace friendships are different from the friendships in our personal lives. And not understanding the difference between the two can spell trouble at work.

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