Tag Archives: Etiquette

E-Application Etiquette #electronicetiquette #electronicjobapplications

(Excerpt from the Guide to Drafting Effective Letters, available in the NSU Shepard Broad Law Center, Office of Career and Professional Development) Electronic job applications are becoming increasingly common and offer many potential benefits for candidates and employers alike. They also pose many challenges as well.  As more and more employers turn to online sources […]

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10 Keys to Summer Success

By Mary Crane Reposted with permission from Mary Crane. See original post here: Mary Crane’s eNewsletter The 2014 national survey of employers conducted by NACE (National Association of Colleges and Employers) confirms what many of us have long known: employers increasingly seek summer associates, interns and new hires who demonstrate a strong ability to work […]

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Spring Cleaning Your Social Media

Reprinted and edited – original topic found at the Culture and Manners Institute: http://www.cultureandmanners.com Living in sunny, warm Fort Lauderdale, Florida, we’ve certainly been spoiled lately!  Our temps have been in the 70’s and 80’s while much of the country is digging out from a severe winter with record low temperatures and snow fall.  As […]

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Professional Development: Being Civilized in a High Tech World

Reposted from Law Journal Newsletters  (click here to access original article) Interesting thing about etiquette – it constantly changes to keep up with society, technology, and new business philosophies. When I started doing etiquette training in the mid-1990s, the typical program focused on good manners and business protocol. Fast-forward to the new millennium.  Now I […]

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Etiquette Tip of the Week: Get the most from your toast…

Reposted with permission from Culture and Manners Institute Once in awhile, we cover how to eat a slice of bread or a roll served at a meal. Tear off a bite-sized piece, butter it, then eat it. When you are ready for some more, tear off another bite-sized piece, butter it and eat it. The […]

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Why You Should Take the Blame

Reposted from Harvard Business Review Blog (click for original article) I was at a party in Greenwich Village in New York City. It was crowded, with about twice as many people as the space comfortably fit. There was a dog in the mix too. But it was a casual event and we all spent a […]

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How to Play Clean Office Politics

Reposted from Inc. (click for original article) Most people think that office politics is bad for business. Nothing could be further from the truth. Office politics are an integral part of getting things done, regardless of whether you’re the CEO, a salesperson, or an intern working over the summer. The word “politics” comes from the […]

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