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Julie Wakefield Presents Outclass the Competition to the Professional Women's Group of Dress For Success Dallas

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

The Professional Women's Group of Dress for Success Dallas hosted Julie Wakefield of JW Etiquette at their monthly meeting on Saturday, July 19, 2014. Julie's presentation included pointers on how to Dressing for the Occasion, Making a Good First Impression, Dining Etiquette, and Developing Trust and Building Relationships, and Cell Phone and Social Media Etiquette.   Read more

Is your cell phone interfering with your business or personal relationships?

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

 Do you ever people watch? If so, you will understand: We are addicted to our cell phones. Remember  85% of our success comes from our ability to relate to people. That means we must develop trusting relationships, make others feel important, and  show respect to others.   Read more

Julie Wakefield Coaches Tulane University Student-Athletes

Friday, April 18, 2014

Julie Wakefield attended the Career Fair for student-athletes of Tulane University and New Orleans University on April 6, 2014 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The fair was hosted by Career Athletes.   Read more

Julie Wakefield Returns to Stephen F. Austin State University

Monday, March 31, 2014

Julie Wakefield returned to her alma mater, Stephen F. Austin State University, on March 26-27, 2014 to participate in Nelson Rusche College of Business College to Career Day. Julie, along with other alumni of SFASU, shared her work experience and offered advice to current students as a panelist for two discussions, Acing the Interview and Personal Branding.   Read more

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

Tips for Landing the Job You Want: Part 2

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Once your application has been submitted, employers will review your paperwork to determine whether they want to learn more your experience and qualifications during an interview.  When you get the call for an interview, you know you have made a good impression on paper. Now it is time to impress a potential employer with your appearance, personality, and communication skills. Here are a few tips that will help you "Outclass the Competition." and land the job.  Read more

Tips for Landing the Job You Want: (Part 1)

Thursday, November 07, 2013

 Landing a job in today's competitive market is tough. Many candidates meet or exceed the advertised requirements, and have ample experience to add to their credentials. So, how do you measure up against your competition? Here are some key points that will help you during the job search process.  Read more

Cell Phone Etiquette: What You Must Know

Friday, August 30, 2013

     Have you ever been to a restaurant with your spouse or friend and noticed that he or she is more interested in his or her cell phone than in talking to you? Or, have you ever been to a store and can't get help from the sales associate because he or she is talking on his or her cell phone? Almost everyone has a cell phone today, and it is becoming harder and harder to distinguish when to use them and when to put them away. The truth is, good manners exist in today's world of technology. Everyone needs to be aware of some basic rules for cell phone use, so here are a few guidelines to keep in mind:  Read more

QUICK ETIQUETTE TIPS

Monday, November 26, 2012



Are you graduating from college soon? Make sure you are ready for your job interviews. Dress appropriately for the interview by wearing a dark suit (black or navy blue) and a white shirt. Ladies can wear either a pencil skirt or pants with closed toed shoes. Keep accessories to a minimum and hair and make-up conservative. Remember that first impressions are lasting impressions.  Read more

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