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Civility: Your navigator in the world.

Be a leader.


You don’t get a second chance to make a good first impression.

A professional atmosphere

doesn’t equal a stuffy atmosphere. 

A simple greeting, a smile, holding the door open for someone, allowing someone to finish their sentence, or knowing when to keep quiet–these expressions are how we reveal ourselves to the world. On the other hand, being late, not returning a call, forgetting to say thank you, and poor table manners are relationship killers. 

Being tactful and acting and speaking with civility have a direct and lasting impact on the success in any situation. And, as a bonus, it makes you more likable. 

business etiquetteHow would your organization benefit? 

  • Avoid negative publicity. Build and maintain a loyal client base by consistently delivering the kind of treatment customers come to expect and rave about.
  • Avoid lawsuits and/or harassment claims. Establish or encourage a more professional yet friendly communication standard. Reduce misunderstandings, complaints, tension and lost time in productivity among coworkers and clients.
  • • Avoid mental and emotional health issues. Bringing an attitude of civility to work, will encourage patience, better listening skills, ability to handle dilemmas with dignity and less outbursts; creating a more pleasant work atmosphere.
  • Make this a part of your “wellness program.”

Rosalinda appears on Fox 5 DC to speak about Etiquette in the Workplace



Don't Burp in the BoardroomRosalinda delivers her advice and expertise through workshops, speaking engagements and books that are interactive, spirited, and sprinkled with humor. 

Purchase a book for each of your employees. Make it a part of your hiring packet.


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