Rosalinda Randall, a Civility and Etiquette Trainer, Speaker, Author says. “Etiquette is an attitude.” She has been spreading workplace civility for over fifteen years through her workshops, speaking engagements, television and radio interviews, articles and most recently, her book: Don’t Burp in the Boardroom – Your Guide to Handling Uncommonly Common Workplace Dilemmas.
With a humorous and straightforward manner, Rosalinda simplifies how civility and etiquette play a role in the workplace and how easy it is to apply to any situation such as:
- Revive your workplace atmosphere.
- Enhance your customers’ experience.
- Support HR policies.
- Easily Assimilate new hires.
- Strengthen staff relationships.
She has made several television appearances across the country and has the dream of being a regular guest on a television show, and she is well on her way.
Learn a number of ways to enhance your professional reputation on this episode of Revenue Chat with Tony DUrso.
- Workplaces are casual-does it really matter what you wear to work?
- How can I say “No” without coming across as rude or unhelpful?
- People talk about “bullying” in the workplace—what does that mean?
- If someone I just met refers to me using a nickname, should I correct them?
- Cubicle style offices: How do you politely get someone to leave?
- What are some common distractions during a meeting and how to handle?
- Is it okay to sit and wait for someone if they aren’t in their cubicle?
- What are some of your networking tips?
- Inspiration – what drives you?
What a cool show with Rosalinda! There was so much to talk about. We only covered a small portion of what I wanted to discuss. I hope to have her back on again to continue our chat!
If you like pleasure reading, and you enjoy zoning into a good read that you cannot put down, check out The Good, Bad and Gold: The Pursuit. This was a labor of love of ten years in the making. I am well into Book 2 (Dark Horizons). I am also working on an Expanded Edition of The Pursuit with a pre-history of the Imen. It’s a work in progress, so let’s see how that all comes together.
If you want to get some of the simplest and easiest basics of sales, then check out Easy Sales Procedures. You’re gonna say, hey, this is so basic…this is too easy… Yeah, well, I get that a lot.–You need the building foundation in place before you add any floors, right? Check it out and let me know how you like it.
If you want some nostalgic reading; if you want to read one of the most craziest stories you ever heard, then you gotta check out: The Crazy Life of a Kid From Brooklyn by Bill Morgenstein. You will NOT believe the wild antics this guy gets into! And it’s a true story!–And I still can’t stop laughing about the prom! Insane!
Thanks, and remember:
YOU can make life better for yourself and everyone: Choose Wisely!