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Managing the holiday rollercoaster … Check your real needs

Check your real needs This sounds obvious, but many of us get so caught up with taking care of everyone else’s needs during this time of year that we forgot to slow down and check our own needs. The results … Continue reading

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Give at the Office: Little Things

Remember the little things say please and thank you. Show the temps where the coffee is. Learn the names of the security staff. These things sound so basic, but they’re often forgotten. Some companies plan elaborate team-building events, like paintball … Continue reading

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Managing the holiday rollercoaster … Less is more

Less is more Yes, it is. Go through those long lists you have of everyone and everything you should be thinking about doing something for and one, one by one, cross out anything that is not essential. Meet fewer people. … Continue reading

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Etiquette Lessons : Guest Edition

Ask before bringing a guest or your kids. Or your pet. Don’t assume they’re automatically invited, no matter how well you know or your host or hostess.

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Etiquette Lesson : Name Edition

Notice someone’s name tag and use it to address him or her is a sign of respect.

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