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How to Deal With Challenging Situations and People with Diplomacy and Civility

Ever wish that you could wave a magic wand and everyone would be respectful, civil, and accommodating? Unfortunately, uncertain times brings discontent and confusion. Thus, it is more important than ever to deal with people, situations, and one’s own behavior with diplomacy, dignity, finesse, tact, and civility, thereby setting the better example. These are powerful “win-win” words. Here we will revisit the basics of effective communication
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It’s Time to Celebrate!

It’s fun to celebrate the close of one year and the beginning of a new year with holiday parties. Whether your celebration plans are in the privacy of a home or at a public venue; be considerate, kind, and mindful of your behavior. You do not want to damage or deteriorate reputations. Tip #1: Respond to and honor
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I Say Merry Christmas; You say . . .

Happy Kwanzaa, Happy Hanukkah or Feliz Navidad. Respect is honoring the position of another. Therefore, if I say Merry Christmas and you respond with your preferred season’s greeting (e.g., Happy Hanukkah), we are good! It is a wonderful way to share our holiday preference and at the same time honor the season. It is that time of the year again when we are all trying to be politically correct, and it can cause awkward moments. It is simply impossible to know the
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Celebrating 31 Years

Thank you to all of you who believed in my mission, supported my passion and continue to engage the services of Global Protocol, Inc. As my area of expertise expanded, the name was changed to reflect the company's growth and content diversity. In fact, the company went through
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Global Protocol Academy

LEARN what you don’t know and MASTER what you do know! Visit GlobalProtocolAcademy.com for details about our Subject Matter Expert (SME) training modules for educators, corporate trainers, and career coaches. Next Training Date: April 23 to 28. Continue reading

Developing Social Intelligence Through Cross-Cultural Mentoring

The influx of people from different cultures into a company is a workplace concern around the world. For reasons of personal comfort, individuals tend to segregate themselves from people who speak a different language or are just different. Hence you have several pockets of cultural groups working but rarely socializing with each other because . . .
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Arranging for Interpreters: “The Invisible People”

Unless you have an excellent command of a particular language, an interpreter is your bridge to meaningful communication with an international client or partner. Highly trained professional interpreters translate orally for speakers of different languages, thus becoming the voice of the speaker, whether host or guest. This is extremely important when traveling and attending conventions and trade shows abroad. Never assume . . .
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Food Taboos are Powerful!

If a person realizes after the fact that he or she has eaten a taboo food (e.g., soup with bacon bits or a beef stock), they may actually become depressed with guilt or feel physically ill. While it is a challenge to be sensitive to every food preference or restriction, vegetarian-based foods are the safest. The problem of food taboos usually centers around meat-based dishes. Most cultures view the dining experience as a time-honored ritual for Continue reading
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