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Champion of Civility: Hannah Terpack

Guest Blogger - Monday, June 12, 2017

Thank you for the opportunity to share my story! I am happy to offer what I have been doing to promote civility in the workplace since graduating from The Protocol School nearly one year ago.  Read more

Champion of Civility: Hannah Terpack
POSTED BY: Guest Blogger
6.12.2017

Champion of Civility: Jacqueline Viteri

Guest Blogger - Monday, June 12, 2017

This is how all started… Since I was a teenager I have attended several Etiquette Schools with the best professors in my country, Dominican Republic. I must say that even though it was my mom’s idea to learn “how to be a lady”, I’ve always been very concerned about good behavior. Later, my professional path went from the Advertising, Journalism, and the Communication world.   Read more

Champion of Civility: Jacqueline Viteri
POSTED BY: Guest Blogger
6.12.2017

How to be “Champions of Civility” - some practical notes

Sarah Putlock - Monday, June 12, 2017

While the points below might sound like tips or just ways to mitigate or eradicate the toxic environment at a workplace, they are rather real-time examples that I have practiced witnessed.   Read more

6.12.2017

Four Self-Regulation Skills All Professionals Should Own

Guest Blogger - Monday, June 12, 2017

For most professionals, every day can’t be a great day. Stuff happens – like being inundated with interruptions when you’re on a tight deadline. Or, you’re due for a pay increase but it ain’t happening. Or you’re stuck in traffic and going to be late for that important client meeting. Or you and your co-worker are not seeing eye to eye on a project. We’ve all been there when emotions are running high. It’s how we handle ourselves that indicate our self-regulation strength during challenging times.   Read more

6.12.2017

Annoying Behaviors: The Inter Office Toxic Waste

PSOW Staff - Thursday, June 08, 2017

According to "Happiness at Work" author Jessica Pryce-Jones, American workers spend an average of 90,000 hours at work over their lifetime. With so much time spent in cubicles and under the glare of fluorescent lights (and constant deadlines), maintaining civility and respect is not only important for personal and professional success but, also for the psychological well-being of your entire office.   Read more

6.08.2017
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