Let’s Stop That! 7 Annoying Habits and Behaviors We Could All Lose

PSOW Staff - Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Image Stretching Gum 350X234 Remember the last time you were talking on your phone at the dinner table—ignoring your guests—your elbows were firmly placed right beside your plate, and you laughed so hard your gum fell out of your mouth? Well, we have three words for you: LET’S STOP THAT! In our never-ending quest to spread the word on social etiquette and eradicate bad manners from our world, we have some gentle reminders on seven offensive behaviors that we all might want to erase from our lives.  Read more


Manners Cost Nothing but are Highly Valued in the Workplace

PSOW Staff - Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Image BYMTWD2019 Even though good manners cost absolutely nothing, using them can be one of your most valuable assets in the workforce. Having good manners and using them to guide your own behavior and your professional relationships sounds simple enough but often people underestimate the value of this personal commodity. Most important, good manners show you have respect for yourself, your coworkers and colleagues, as well as your office environment. #MannersCostNothing  Read more


5 Essential Etiquette Rules for Using Social Media in Business

PSOW Staff - Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Image Socialmedia 350X234 When it comes to social media, most of us know there is a distinct defining line between our personal and professional profiles. While it may be perfectly acceptable to post a funny “face swap” video of you and your toddler, putting that same video on your LinkedIn profile might lead people to question your professionalism. But to help you keep your business (and sometimes personal) profiles on-brand professionally, here are some essential rules to follow:  Read more


Jukebox Hero: Jeannie Vaage

Guest Blogger - Thursday, June 6, 2019

Jeannie In honor of National Business Etiquette Week (NBEW), we wanted to take this opportunity to provide a better understanding of our graduates and the amazing things they are doing! Jeannie Vaage is a 2013 graduate of PSOW. Here's what she shared with us!  Read more

Jukebox Hero: Jeannie Vaage
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Business Etiquette: The Soundtrack—Musical Reminders to Enhance Your Professionalism

PSOW Staff - Wednesday, June 5, 2019

NBEW2019 Blogimage 350X234 During National Business Etiquette Week, we are putting a tuneful twist to this year’s celebration with our theme of Business Etiquette: The Soundtrack—with musical reminders of some of the most important business etiquette tips every professional should know.  Read more

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