Finding Work/Life Balance When You Are The Boss

PSOW Staff - Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Project-management systems maker Workfront asked working women to identify the biggest obstacle in obtaining the perfect work/life balance. The leading answer from all respondents was “bad bosses.” A bad boss can certainly make life difficult for working women, especially if the chief is particularly demanding, lacking in empathy or has no interest in the long-term happiness of her employees. But what happens if you are the boss, the CEO, or the captain of your own company? How do women who have worked so hard to get to the top make sure they maintain a balanced life between their job and their personal lives?  Read more


Successful Onboarding: Helping Employees Hit the Ground Running

PSOW Staff - Wednesday, April 27, 2016

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, today’s average professional in America only stays in a position for about four and a half years. For companies large and small, that means there are a lot of new employees coming in and out of the personnel department’s door. During my years in the private and public sector, I have heard stories both good and bad about the “first day on the job” and how important it is in helping an employee achieve early and lasting success.  Read more


Bring Your Manners to Work Day!

PSOW Staff - Friday, September 4, 2015

Many of us spend more time at work than at home, so it’s really important to have fulfilling relationships both with colleagues and customers. Bring Your Manners to Work Day was created to remind people of the importance of treating people with courtesy and respect in the workplace.  Read more

Bring Your Manners to Work Day!

Ensuring Your Staff Are Your Best Brand Ambassadors

PSOW Staff - Monday, August 3, 2015

"When it comes to your business and your brand, are you doing everything to ensure the most positive, proactive and polished image possible? The best businesses leave nothing to chance when it comes to brand management and no detail is too small to ignore or to leave to chance. From defining a mission statement that clearly and succinctly projects your company values to managing all matters of marketing for total image management, your brand defines who and what you are."  Read more


The Student Perspective: Day Five from Auden Healey

PSOW Staff - Tuesday, September 30, 2014

THE PROTOCOL SCHOOL OF WASHINGTON: DAY FIVE September 30, 2014 Today I graduated from The Protocol School of Washington’s Train to be a Corporate Etiquette and International Protocol Consultant course!  Read more

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