Category Archives: Workplace Soft Skills
ETIQUETTE TIPS AND ADVICE FOR ACTORS AND THE FILM INDUSTRY: ...
ETIQUETTE TIPS FOR ACTORS & FILM INDUSTRY
Rosalinda Oropeza Randall | Etiquette Expert and Actor/Actríz
Speaking out can either be helpful or harmful to your reputation and career.
As an actor and expert television guest, I’ve been on a variety of sets and green rooms. Sitting in a...
What’s your reason for doing business with someone? Is it the timely service? Geographically convenient? Or is price at the top of your list? Well, you won’t find it at the top of mine. While budget may dictate whether I can go ahead, the decision to engage in a business relationship has already been...more
After you’ve rolled your eyes and let out a sigh of frustration the next time a colleague does or says something rude, consider this; could it be their apathetic and arrogant attitude? Is it a generational divide? Could it be their lack of workplace experience? Or maybe cultural differences? While these are not excuses for...more
Many employers believe that browsing on social media during work hours is distracting. It requires time to refocus and make up for loss of productivity and mood shifts. Surely you can't help but resist the urge to check your phone when you want to see if anyone commented on your new Facebook post, or check...more
Whether the workplace culture is casual or conventional, most employers agree that there are certain things you just don't do or say in the workplace. Well, not if you want to develop or maintain a professional image and avoid ticking off your coworkers and boss! Let's start by taking a look at seven phrases that...more
Keeping workplace compliments sincere and within the legal boundaries is simple, if your reasons for giving it are sincere.A few synonyms for the word “compliment” are admiration, endorsement, and congratulations. These all sound innocent enough. However, a compliment veiled in flattery and flirtation can quickly turn into an awkward situation and labeled...
Have you ever said something in the workplace and immediately regretted it? Or, after a meeting, a coworker whispers to you, “Wow, that was rough.” about a comment you made? It happens to all of us at one time or another but the key to getting past it, for the sake of workplace civility, is...more