When you walk into an organization and see a member of staff dressed formally, what does it say to you? Does it say: ‘Hey, I’m here to reassure you’ or ‘Hey, take me serious’ or maybe this ‘hey, look I am stuck up’. Whatever option you bob your head to is probably appropriate, depending on the situation. Continue Reading
Today, we are talking about etiquette at service points.
First, we have some bill presenting etiquette tips and they are as follows: Continue Reading
Like they say, a healthy mind is a healthy body. Most people have no idea how great their body is designed to feel and so they suffer physical and sometimes psychological trauma. Continue Reading
In physics, they say
Work = Force x Distance.
If we were to apply this principle to our daily affairs, we could say:
Productivity is achieved when the right amount of effort is applied correctly over a period of time.
Non-verbal communication can simply be defined as the use of clues to communicate an idea from one audience to another. It is important to note that non-verbal communication places a greater deal of emphasis on the process of encoding and or decoding a lot more than the message itself as opposed to verbal communication. This is because non-verbal communication lends itself to the use of language beyond grammar. Continue Reading
Hello everyone and welcome to our first blog post of the year! We are glad to be back and we promise no more disappearances.
So to the gist of today: Communication Continue Reading
One of the world’s most successful business magnates once told a class of business students that better communication could boost their value by fifty percent.
In an age of Savvy marketing, technological innovation and far sighted financial planning, the weight of this billion dollar business advice still remains elusive to many brands. Continue Reading