PSOW Blog

Our 2018 NPOW Winner Interview: Duja Muhanna

PSOW Staff - Saturday, March 23, 2019

As we once again celebrate National Protocol Officers Week (March 24-March 30) we talk with Duja Muhanna, the winner of last year’s PSOW contest. Duja reflects on the complimentary protocol training she received and discusses the important role protocol continues to play in today’s world.  Read more

3.23.2019

Abracadabra! Exposing the Magic of Protocol Professionals!

PSOW Staff - Tuesday, March 19, 2019

From Harry Houdini to David Copperfield, magicians have fascinated generations of audiences throughout time with their ability to create illusions, use sleight of hand and pull off many a trick to make mysterious and mind-boggling marvels. Here at The Protocol School of Washington, we also believe in magic, especially when it comes to protocol professionals who work behind the scenes to properly plan and orchestrate VIP visits, ceremonies, meetings and special events on local, regional and international stages. So, what makes protocol professionals so magical? Just follow along (and pay no attention to the man —or woman—behind the curtain)!  Read more

3.19.2019

Top 9 Reasons to Attend PSOW’s Global Summit

PSOW Staff - Thursday, February 28, 2019

In celebration of The Protocol School of Washington’s 30th anniversary, we are hosting the 2019 Global Education Summit, August 21-24, 2019 at The Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC. This special event provides one of the most exciting educational summits of its kind with a diverse program of educational sessions and presentations by accomplished industry experts focusing on the most important aspects of global diplomacy. Whether or not you are a graduate of our School, this is an incredible opportunity to meet, learn and network with others inspired to create professional relationships through cultural understanding, communication and respect!  Read more

2.28.2019

Resolve to Follow These Gym Etiquette Rules in the New Year

PSOW Staff - Tuesday, January 22, 2019

The first month of the new year is full of new resolutions, new meal plans and more new gym membership purchases than probably any other time of the year. The beginning of the year is the time so many people attend a fitness facility for the first time or maybe, restarting last year’s resolution! We thought it was also a good time to start another resolution that might make keeping a fitness routine a bit easier—following good gym etiquette rules.  Read more

1.22.2019

Planes, Trains and Automobiles: Holiday Travel Etiquette Tips

PSOW Staff - Tuesday, December 11, 2018

When it comes to holiday travel, flying the friendly skies might not be as friendly as it once was. In 2017, the International Air Transport Association reported there was a 50 percent rise in air rage incidents—with 169 passengers forcibly confined for bad behavior, ranging from verbal abuse to life-threatening situations such as attempting to storm the cockpit. Of course, traveling in any season can be stressful, but with so many year-end deadlines, family visits and weather delays, holiday travel can be particularly harrowing. To help make your upcoming travels as stress free as possible for yourself and your fellow travelers, consider these travel etiquette tips that will keep everyone in the spirit of the season.  Read more

12.11.2018
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