Items tagged with etiquette and leadership institute
Jul 2, 2013
Etiquette has always been flexible, even from the very start. Take Versailles, for example. When aristocrats trampled through the gardens of Versailles, the French Court of Louis XIV used etiquette – literally, little signs – to remin...
May 31, 2013
Our friend Tara, an American, is living and working in Shanghai, China. Tara is no stranger to adventure – she recently took a solo cross-country trip by train and wrote about it here – and we were delighted when she took the time to w...
May 25, 2013
Teaching is a noble profession—think of the role teachers have in a child’s life. As we believe that kindness has an important place in the classroom, we must share this Washington Post article, written by George Wood. Wood, the superintende...
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