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ASSERTIVENESS: MORE LIABILITY THAN ASSET

Assertiveness-Self-Confidence-Workshop
New Columbia Business School research highlights the disconnect between peoples’ own views and their counterparts’ views of their assertiveness — and the impact it can have on negotiations and overall career success. Continue reading ASSERTIVENESS: MORE LIABILITY THAN ASSET

32 ESSENTIAL GALA ETIQUETTE TIPS

Personal Social Grace Directly Influences Social Acceptance
Personal Social Grace Directly Influences Social Acceptance
Summer was fun, with vacation and brunches and lazy days with friends and casual partying. But Fall brings the return of the bustling Social Season, starting with the opening nights of the Symphony, the Opera, Consular Receptions, and the myriad of exclusive Charity Galas that get so much media attention. Such grand occasions beckons the call for so many to brush up on big-city behavior for those who hope to make a favorable impression (not infamously memorable), especially for those new to the Circuit or hoping to be invited.
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