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6 Zoom Etiquette Tips

In Blog, Corporate Etiquette, Corporate Etiquette, Meeting Etiquette, Technology Etiquette, Video, Workplace Etiquette by treska roden

6 Zoom etiquette tips below should help you have a focused and effecive Zoom meeting. There is no substitute for good manners in all of our daily interactions and this includes video workplace meetings. These 6 Zoom etiquette tips are additional to the normal good manners of being on time, maintaining eye, paying attention, avoiding eating and drinking, minding your …

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Speaking Under a Mask

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Speaking under a mask is not easy. The following should help you remain friendly in this difficult situation. Eye contactEye contact is the basis of trust, releasing chemicals like oxytocin in the brain. If someone doesn’t look us in the eye our subconscious mind assumes that we can’t trust that person rather than that they may be nervous. SmileWhen you …

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Guide to Lockdown Etiquette

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The coronavirus lockdown has brought with it a slew of social rules that are frequently changing and difficult to navigate. WHEN OUTSIDE  Exercise (with) caution: Debrett’s stressed that it is your responsibility if you are running or cycling to ensure you leave others with enough space to pass you comfortably. Stock image Make way for others Confused about who has right of …

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Declining Invitations During Lockdown

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Declining invitations during lockdown as life begins to return to pre coronavirus days can be quite difficult.  There are still a lot of lockdown ruIes in place which should be observed. If you’ve been invited to something you know shouldn’t be happening, here’s how to say “no” politely. Pick up the phoneWilliam Hanson of The English Manner, suggested: “These things …

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Stay Safe While Shopping

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Stay safe while shopping has become the new catch phrase. The motto now is ‘get in and get out’ with as little contact as possible.So how to shop while avoiding people?  It’s not so easy if the aisles are narrow and the store is packed.  Here are a few tips to help out: Disinfect The Trolley. Bring your own wipes …

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Work Place Kitchen Etiquette

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Workplace kitchen etiquette was this week’s topic that I spoke about on Josh Szep’s Afternoon show on ABC702. Workplace kitchen etiquette subjects that were covered: The FridgeDo not leave your old food in the office fridge.  Nobody wants to use work time to go through common space, throw out garbage and have to disinfect because you “forgot” about that sandwich from …

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In Uncategorised, Uncategorised by treska roden

My session with Josh Szeps this week was about etiquette when flying. There was so much to talk about – reclining seats, the arm rests, overhead lockers, blocking the aisles, exiting the aircraft, bringing your own food on board, controlling your children and taking off your socks and shoes during flight to name just some of the topics. You can …

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Dorm Etiquette for Students

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Dorm etiquette for students is important in Australia with so many students now coming from Asian countries and India. The following dorm etiquette for students should help you navigate this sometimes tricky environment: Keep your part of the room neat, tidy and clean.  Your mum is not here to tidy up after you so you now have to do it …

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Toilet Paper Frenzy

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Toilet paper frenzy seems to be the latest thing in Sydney. It is disappointing to see the frenetic rush of people buying up massive amounts of toilet paper. This is from fear that it will become scarce because of the coronavirus outbreak.  Authorities are suggesting we all stock up on 2 weeks’ supply of necessities such as toilet paper, medications, …