About: Rosalinda

Rosalinda Oropeza Randall, Social Skills, Communication Skills, Business Etiquette Expert, Media Source, and author of “Don’t Burp in the Boardroom. Presentations are available to support HR policies and harassment compliance, address concerns, or to avert potential inclinations - Up and coming managers - Millennials - Interns - New-hire orientation process - Layoffs to help prepare them for interviews - Professional development events or conferences - College/university students  -  Athletes on public behavior  -  Actors to prepare for roles  -  NEW! Attorneys; polish client's professional presence for a court appearance. For more information, please contact me via email, or by calling 650.871.6200 before a dilemma turns into front page news.

Recent Posts by Rosalinda

How To Handle An Awkward Situation With Your CEO

Spending time with your CEO can be eye-opening.

Any amount of time you get with your CEO, is an incredible opportunity.  It's an opportunity to get noticed through your communication and social skills. Use this time with him/her wisely. And never squander away this opportunity as a gripe session.  Here is...
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8 Ways To Maturely Handle A Workplace Friendship Break-Up

Workplace friendships can help make the workday much more pleasant.  

Becoming friends with coworkers is common and natural. Some workplace friendships even blossom into life-long romances. However, sometimes workplace friendships turn into cliques, leaving other relationships idle or undiscovered. Cliques or groups usually form naturally because it's convenient, schedules sync, you work in the...
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11 Ways To Undo Your Professional Image This Summer

Don't get caught being overexposed at work. 

It's time to shed our winter coats, bulky boots, scarves...but wait, can shedding our winter wardrobe go too far? Most workplaces in the United States have air conditioning, eliminating the need to strip down to our tank tops and short-shorts. Dress codes can vary by industry and geographical locations....
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7 Ways to Decline a Request for a Business Recommendation

When you provide a professional recommendation or testimonial, your name and reputation is attached.

Do you cringe when someone asks you for a business testimonial or recommendation?  Do you often get asked by people you've just met because of your position or name recognition? Anonymously filling out a, "Rate my presentation" questionnaire is one thing, but when someone asks...
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7 Business Networking Tips and Techniques

Attitude and techniques can help you hate networking a little less. 

Is networking necessary? Not if you are content in your job and never plan on leaving the company. Let's hope the company is willing to along with your plan. Networking can seem dull, a waste of time, and fruitless; except for the freebies that...
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Wedding Day Tip Guide

Wedding Day Tip Guide

5 Wedding Day Tips

Today, weddings are different than say 25 years ago.  It seems that the focus is more on the anticipation of the 'partay' than the ceremony.  The atmosphere seems to be less sacramental. Still, there are time-honored traditions and behavior that is expected at weddings. Traditions like:
  • arriving on time.
  • ...
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National Honesty Day

April 30 is National Honesty Day.

In some cases being honest is not easy or the wisest thing to do, especially in the workplace. Picture this: Only yesterday, your boss was a brunette with a mainstream hair style, but this morning he walks into the office beaming with delight and confidence showcasing his new cut...
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How to Split the Check Without Ruining the Evening

The process of splitting the check can ruin the most pleasant dinner. 

Dining out with friends can quickly turn disagreeable, when the check is presented. And, depending on how everyone handles this all too frequent occurrence, relationships and stomachs can turn sour. Q: If I only order a salad and soft drink, why am I expected...
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When They Come Home From College for the First Time

Returning home from college can be a difficult adjustment for both student and parent, especially when it's the first time back home.

He's coming home from college for the first time! His favorite cookies are baked, his favorite yogurt is neatly stacked in the refrigerator, his bed is freshly made, and all...
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