Giving Effective Feedback to Lead Positive Change

Giving Effective Feedback to Lead Positive Change

Posted in ASAP Let’s face it, offering effective feedback is a skill that’s not easy. In fact, it’s one of the hardest skills people face. Most professionals dread providing feedback, because they fear it may hurt one’s feelings, offend them or even make them cry or angry.

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Better Manners In 2019

Better Manners In 2019

Whether you make New Year’s resolutions or not, displaying good manners should be top on our “improvement list” – and, what’s more, it’s always in fashion. Here this morning to share top five manners everyone should follow in 2019 – and beyond – is our etiquette expert

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Five manners every child should know

Five manners every child should know

Learning proper manners at a young age is a life-long gift any parent or caregiver can give their child. Children with manners have a powerful advantage over those who do not. They make friends easier, get along better with their teachers and when the time comes, achieve

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Tips for Holiday Tipping: Who and How Much

Tips for Holiday Tipping: Who and How Much

Tis the season of giving. Not sure how much to tip your housekeeper, hair stylist, dog walker, manicurist and more, you’re not alone. We’ve brought in etiquette expert Nancy Schnoebelen Imbs of Polished, a professional development company, to help take the stress out of holiday tipping. CLICK

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Holiday Gift Giving

Holiday Gift Giving

The holidays are stressful enough without having to worry if you’ve committed a holiday gifting blunder. When should you gift? What about hostess gifts? Should I give cash as a gift? Etiquette expert Nancy Schnoebelen Imbs of Polished shares her top tips for the season of giving.

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Holiday Gift Giving

Holiday Gift Giving

The holidays are stressful enough without having to worry if you’ve committed a gifting etiquette blunder. For example, you received a gift but have no gift for that person in return. Or, you received a thoughtful, personal gift, and you presented that person with a gift card.

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Who’s the Best Holiday Tipper?

Who’s the Best Holiday Tipper?

A CR nationally representative survey reveals which regions—and which generations—tend to give the most and least By Octavio Blanco and Tobie Stanger Published in Consumer Reports Last updated: December 06, 2018 Northeasterners give holiday gifts and tips more often than Americans in other parts of the country,

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Critical Thinking in the Decision-Making Process

Critical Thinking in the Decision-Making Process

by Nancy Schnoebelen Imbs Published by American Society of Administration Professionals We make decisions and solve problems every day, whether we realize it or not. In fact, some research suggests the average adult makes up to an eye-popping 35,000 unconscious decisions a day such as, for example,

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Understanding Leadership Styles for Stronger Performance

Understanding Leadership Styles for Stronger Performance

Published by American Society of Administrative Professionals by Nancy Schnoebelen Imbs Working effectively with your boss requires a clear understanding of his/her leadership style. Your boss’ way of leading reflect his/her personality, values and experiences. Some leaders may be control freaks and abusive with their power, some may

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