Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to put some thought into how to impress your Valentine’s Day date.
Whether preparing a sumptuous dining experience either at home or booking your favorite restaurant, give some thought to what either your guest or host will observe about your table manners and dining style.
"Awesome guests - would highly recommend renting to them- they left the place so tidy and really looked after it. Thanks." – a recent thank you from an owner of a New Zealand holiday home.
Across the globe short term leasing of apartments, city and country houses, spare rooms and holiday residences is under pressure from outraged fellow residents and consequently local authorities.Read More
Global Corporate Citizenship
a gateway to success in business and in life
The world is experiencing a rapidly expanding global economy with an increasingly competitive job market. Having a University degree alone no longer sets students up for success in the workforce.
Studies by Harvard University, The Carnegie Foundation and Stanford Research Institute have shown that 85% of success in getting a job, keeping a job, and moving up in an organisation is due to people or “soft skills”. Technical skills and knowledge only account for 15% of the reason to hire candidates.Read More
Along with the office party, the art of gift giving in the office can be either an enjoyable or fraught experience.
It may be a small gift of appreciation, the office Secret Santa or selecting a charity to support, all of which requires some thought and consideration.
The Sydney School of Protocol has pleasure in sharing our etiquette tips for choosing the perfect Christmas gift and avoiding any awkwardness in the office.Read More
"Low self-confidence isn't a life sentence. Self-confidence can be learned, practiced, and mastered - just like any other skill. Once you master it, everything in your life will change for the better." Barrie Davenport
An overriding desire our clients express is how to build their confidence.Read More