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
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
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.
If you are in your early career years, the online universe is second nature to you. After all, you’ve been posting, tweeting, and sharing for most of your life. However, your new role as an employee requires that you take a second look at this potent communication tool to ensure that you present your best self … Read More
Do you know that there is power in your body language? How you sit, stand, and make eye contact at work can affect the quality of your relationships and can help or hinder your opportunities for advancement. In fact, the power of body language is so great that if what comes out of your mouth … Read More
By Stayce Wagner, Spencer Crane Etiquette, LLC When you think about your personal brand, do you think of how you dress and how you act? Most young professionals do. But what about how you email? A well-crafted email helps you to make a positive impression by showcasing your professionalism. That’s the good news. The catch … Read More
One of my favorite people on the planet. Ms. Gonder is a dedicated educator who works tirelessly to bring every opportunity available to her students. No wonder they love her so much!
When eating soup from a cup, resting the spoon on the saucer instead of in the cup will help you to avoid knocking the handle and spilling the soup. Photo taken at Ashes Boutique and Tea Garden in Jacksonville, Florida.
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Honored to work with such a dedicated team on Mercer University’s first annual Etiquette Week!