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JW Etiquette Partners with Underwood Leadership Series

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Julie Wakefield was the guest presenter for Richland High School's Leadership Class and football team on Wednesday, January 15, 2014. The one hour class focused on basic business etiquette tips for high school students and was sponsored by the Underwood Leadership Series.   Read more

Thank you to the Tyler Young Professionals Network

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Julie Wakefield was the guest speaker at the Tyler Young Professionals Network monthly meeting on Friday, January 10, 2014. She her presentation included business etiquette tips which are important for all emerging leaders within their profession and communities.   Read more

Richardson Chamber of Commerce Brown Bag Lunch and Learn

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Julie Wakefield was the guest speaker at the Richardson Chamber of Commerce's monthly Brown Bag Lunch and Learn on November 19, 2013. Her presentation, "10 Tips to Outclass the Competition and Have Fun Doing It" included tips on listening, eye contact, host/guest etiquette,  table manners, and other fun tips which help business professionals stand out among their competition.   Read more

IMPROVE YOUR LISTENING SKILLS

Tuesday, January 15, 2013



Being a good listener is one interpersonal skill that sets successful people apart from others. Have you ever been telling someone a story that is important to you only to have the person you are talking to interrupt you with a comment or statement that is not related to your story? Or, has someone ever checked a text message or email on their phone while you are talking to them? Think about how you felt when that happened. You probably didn’t feel like you or your story was important to the other person. If you are like me, you just discontinued your story and changed the subject.  Read more

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