2018 National Etiquette Week

2018 National Etiquette Week "Good manners reflect something from inside--an innate sense of consideration for others and respect for self."  -  Emily Post It’s National Etiquette Week (NEW).  As a graduate and alumni of the Protocol School of Washington, I value the opportunity to promote this week and encourage a daily observation to the importance of etiquette! NEW was established in 1997 by Sandra Morisset, a Protocol School of Washington children's etiquette consultant.  It recognizes etiquette and protocol in all areas of one’s life including business, social, dining, travel, technology, wedding and international protocol. The purpose of the week is to raise awareness of all people to act with courtesy, civility, kindness, respect and good manners in their everyday lives as well as the need for proper business etiquette to compete in the growing global marketplace. It’s the little things that count.  Our actions have a huge impact upon others. Why not choose to act in a way that makes another human being feel special, valued and respected? Acting with kindness, consideration and good manners helps to nurture friendships, foster meaningful connections with colleagues and clients, and create a much happier and healthier environment for us ...

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