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National Business Etiquette Week 2021: How to Dine Like a Diplomat

PSOW Staff - Wednesday, June 9, 2021

NBEW Dine Like A Diplomat (1) National Business Etiquette Week was established in 2007 to highlight the importance of proper etiquette. In this post, we provide tips for ways to dine like a diplomat.  Read more

6.9.2021

National Business Etiquette Week 2021: The Top 5 Tips for New Grads

PSOW Staff - Monday, June 7, 2021

Ask A Question (1) National Business Etiquette Week was established in 2007 to highlight the importance of proper etiquette. In this post, we provide the top 5 business etiquette tips for college graduates.  Read more

6.7.2021

National Protocol Officer Week - Graduate Profile: Jennifer Daniel

PSOW Staff - Saturday, March 27, 2021

350X234 PSOW Graduate Spotlight NPOW 2021 Distinguished alumna Jennifer Daniel graduated from both PSOW courses: Intercultural Etiquette and Protocol Trainer (class of 2001), as well as the inaugural online Protocol Officer Training program (class of 2020). As a protocol and etiquette consultant, Jennifer shares her experience pivoting her business during the pandemic to adapt, survive, and thrive. The graduate profile series is part of National Protocol Officer Week - March 21-27, 2021.  Read more

3.27.2021

National Protocol Officer Week - Graduate Profile: Kendria Lee

PSOW Staff - Friday, March 26, 2021

4 PSOW alumna Kendria Lee is an economic development, community relations, and protocol professional who shares insights and lessons learned from conducting events during the COVID-19 pandemic. The graduate profile series is part of National Protocol Officer Week - March 21-27, 2021.  Read more

3.26.2021

National Protocol Officer Week - Graduate Profile: Abdiwahab Mohamed

PSOW Staff - Thursday, March 25, 2021

2 Regional Trade Manager Abdiwahab Mohamed conducts high-level delegate meetings with representatives from the United States and the Middle East and Africa regions. As part of National Protocol Officer Week - March 21-27 - he shares his observations and guidance for hosting virtual events during the COVID-19 pandemic and the importance of intercultural awareness.  Read more

3.25.2021
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