Back to the office means making change moving forward

Hearing your office is reopening does not mean “back to work” or “business as usual,” if you have been working remotely. Joy may be felt by some. It is more

Kindness from the heart

Some kindness is a courtesy, such as holding the door for the next person to enter or exit. Some kindness is situational, like when someone asks you what you think

‘Happy New Year’ is an attitude

While the ringing in at midnight to celebrate, and welcome, 2021 might have been something even more desired this year than ever before, there is always something about each New

12 YAYS of the holidays!

While you may or may not have a lot of traditions in the past, it’s likely that each of them are coming to mind this year. Many of us have

How to do something instead of saying, ‘Let me know if there’s something I can do’

Please know all offers, and intended kindnesses, are appreciated. They are. This is not a message of shame or criticism. Rather, from an etiquette perspective, coming from a person who

Mastering the art of presenting well virtually

It’s been a while for what many thought would be temporary, remote work. Some of us have been doing it for years. Still, that was a blend of virtual and

Establishing, maintaining & even growing trust in times of difficulty

While people may be stressed, concerned and even distraught over what will happen to themselves, their job, their friends and family, this is a time when feeling safe, secure and

The ins and outs of podcasting

Over time there have been various methodologies for communication, exposure and promotion of ideas, including newspapers, magazines, radio, television and more.  Today, with “live” videos and broadcasts growing, podcasts have

The etiquette of the vastness of virtual work

Virtual work, off-site engagement and/or remote work is something most are experiencing, have experienced and/or will experience. It appears as though the vast world of being virtual is growing. Since

The art of the ‘thank you’ note

“God gave you a gift of 86,400 seconds today. Have you used one to say ‘thank you?’” — William Arthur Ward With presents, invitations, referrals, hostess gifts and more having

The etiquette of navigating remote work

While many organizations used to consider some roles as remote-optional, and other companies have completely remote teams, this current environment has more businesses embracing, accepting or event resorting to remote

Establishing, maintaining and even growing trust in times of difficulty

While people may be stressed, concerned and even distraught over what will happen to themselves, their role, their friends and family, this is a time when feeling safe, secure and