by Anna Post
The public side of what I do as an author and spokesperson for The Emily Post Institute trends towards the wedding world: I've written two wedding etiquette books, I am a regular columnist for Brides.com and Inside Weddings, I give media interviews on the subject daily, and I travel across the country to speak at bridal events and attend book signings at stores like Williams-Sonoma.
Granted, I also give many interviews on all kinds of etiquette topics, from talking politics to holiday tipping to whether or not it's okay to ignore someone on Facebook. But it's rare that the public sees what occupies much of my time: teaching business etiquette seminars.
My father, Peter Post, and I travel constantly around the country, and sometimes the globe, conducting private seminars for corporations, universities and colleges, and non-profits about the many advantages of business etiquette. It's rare that these sessions are open to the public, but last month I taught a public business etiquette seminar on etiquette in the digital age at Dartmouth College's Rockefeller Center.
Here, in all my pink-shirted glory, I'm excited to invite you to join me for an hour-plus conversation about business etiquette.