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Eye Contact: Where to look and where to avert your gaze in a professional setting

PSOW Staff - Thursday, January 2, 2020

Image Eyes 350X234 Direct eye contact is one of the most powerful ways to make a real connection with someone and it’s an important gesture for most any business professional to remember.  Read more

1.2.2020

The Holiday Tipping Point

PSOW Staff - Monday, December 16, 2019

Image Change 350X234 A primer on who deserves a year-end tip and how much you should give.  Read more

The Holiday Tipping Point
POSTED BY: PSOW Staff
12.16.2019

5 Simple Ways to Show Gratitude this Thanksgiving

PSOW Staff - Monday, November 25, 2019

Image Fall 350X234 Did you know President George H.W. Bush was the first president to pardon a turkey? It’s true…and since then, every president has pardoned one lucky turkey who escapes the oven and even goes on to live full lives at children’s farms and even as grand marshals in Disneyland’s Thanksgiving parade! Now those are some grateful birds! Here are some simple things we can all do this Thanksgiving to show our appreciation for those in our life.  Read more

11.25.2019

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

10.1.2019

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

9.3.2019
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