Using proper etiquette is very important in relating to others but something we aren’t always sure how to navigate. Jacqueline Whitmore, International Etiquette expert is going to help us with etiquette tips for traveling during the holidays and how to handle difficult conversations during this polarized time where even family and friends aren’t on the same page. She also explains how to greet people when heading back to work events or at the office and even how to raise kind children.
If you want to bring kindness and your best self to these situations, you’ll want to tune into to this conversation. I particularly appreciated Jacqueline’s definition of etiquette as it goes way beyond which fork to use.
Tune in now. The show notes and freebie mentioned are at https://thegoodlifecoach.com/157
- How Jacqueline became an etiquette expert.
- Her definition of what etiquette really is which I think is a game changer.
- The importance of being kind to one another.
- How to handle an encounter with someone you felt could’ve gone better.
- What’s changed during covid with etiquette- do we still shake hands in business?
- How to handle holiday and other travel.
- What to do if someone brings up polarizing topics during a holiday dinner/get together.
- Etiquette advice for how to raise children who are kind and committed to bringing their best self to the world.
Website: etiquetteexpert.com – and access to Jacqueline’s freebie.
Jacqueline Whitmore, is an international etiquette expert, a certified speaking professional and the founder of The Protocol School of Palm Beach
She is the author of “Business Class: Etiquette Essentials for Success at Work” and “Poised for Success: Mastering the Four Qualities That Distinguish Outstanding Professionals.” She is also a contributing writer to Entrepreneur.com and HuffPost.
Ranked as one of the most widely quoted etiquette experts in the world, Jacqueline’s advice is sought by countless media outlets.
Prior to starting her company, Jacqueline served as the assistant director of public relations and protocol officer for The Breakers in Palm Beach, FL where she was responsible for handling media relations and teaching the hotel staff the nuances of dealing with royalty, celebrities and other VIPs.
Thank you so much for listening!
I’d love to here from you, if you have questions or comments, visit me here.
If you’d like to advertise or sponsor the show, you can reach out here.
This episode was sponsored by Design a Life You Love, A Woman’s Guide to Living a Happier and More Fulfilled Life. My book includes 52 inspirations, one for every week of the year, each with practical tips to guide you to self-love and success on your own terms. It makes a great gift for yourself or a friend!
Rate + Review:
If you enjoyed this episode, would you please take a minute to review it on iTunes?