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Oh, Behave!

Nancy R. Mitchell is founder of The Etiquette Advocate, a premier etiquette and protocol consulting and training firm in Washington, D.C. She has more than 30 years of experience in the field, and her clients include corporations, government agencies, embassies, non-profit organizations and universities.

Office Party Survival Guide
Office Party Survival Guide (11/24/2008)
Look out! Here comes the tidal wave of work-related holiday festivities. The most important thing to remember when gathering with colleagues, co-workers and supervisors for holiday festivities is: It's not a party. It's work. Read more
Gym Etiquette - Working Out At Work (9/10/2008)
If you are fortunate to have a gym or fitness equipment at your workplace, don't abuse your privileges by exercising boorish behavior. Read more
Dress for Summer Success (7/28/2008)
Here come the dog days of summer, and you're stuck on the job. Your manager is off to Martha's Vineyard, and you're left minding the store. Now's the time to kick back and dress down......or is it? Don't let your summer wardrobe land you in the doghouse. Read more
Firing Offenses -- How to Avoid a Protocol Pink Slip (6/30/2008)
There are numerous attitudes and behaviors that annoy, distress, or offend bosses and co-workers, but which ones can get you fired?
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Too Much Information
Life is not reality TV. Contrary to the example set by the characters who populate the medium, it is not entertaining, wise or necessary to share intimate details of your life with everyone within the sound of your voice.
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Welcome Aboard: Start A New Job The Right Way
Starting a new job is like walking into the middle of a movie. Everyone around you knows what's going on, but you don't have a clue.
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EZ Email Etiquette
What's not to like about email? It can be quick, informative, efficient, and...informal. Ah, therein lies the problem for all of us who email in business.
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Meeting Manners
It is safe to say that Woody Allen wasn't referring to business meetings when he said, "Eighty percent of success is showing up."
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Business Cards: An Owner's Manual
In the middle of a particularly challenging day at work, have you ever found yourself wishing that certain things in your professional life came with operating instructions?
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Listen Up!
One of the most powerful tools available to assist you in business is as obvious as the nose on your face - make that the ears on your head.
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Let's Do Lunch
A business lunch in the fast-paced environment in which most of us work means a brown bag from home or a walk to the nearest deli. But occasions arise when lunch means much more than the food on your plate, and at those times a larger portion of ritual is required.
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Top 10 Interview Tips from an Etiquette Professional
Interview--one of the most dreaded words in the English language for job seekers young and old. Do your hands begin to tremble or do you break out in a cold sweat when you hear the word? You're not alone.
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