Posts for June 2012
By Peggy Noe Stevens 1. Dress code – Always be clear on the dress code for any occasion to avoid the possibility of being under- or overdressed. Always dress on the more conservative side of whatever code your workplace follows, especially if that code is “business casual.” 2. Clothing and fit – Always to wear … Continue Reading
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Peggy will, once again, have the pleasure of “inspiring” the spa industry’s best at the Annual ISPA Conference & Expo October 15-17 at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Kissimmee, Florida, where she will present “Professional Presence” based on her book. The theme for this year’s conference is “Creative thinking inspires ideas. Ideas inspire the future.” … Continue Reading
By Peggy Noe Stevens We spend countless hours in our business world organizing and strategizing for the day-to-day business needs of the companies we work for. However, I am often called upon to counsel employees because they complain of their work hours which are beyond the expectations of their roles – leaving little time for … Continue Reading
PNSA JCPS Award Georgia Chaffee Teenage Parent Program/Westport 88aA Westpoft Road Louisville, KY 40242 (542) 485,6347 Fax (5O2) 485 E12A Shaping the Future May 24,2072 Dear Peggy Noe Stevens; In recognition of your service to the Georgia Chaffee Teenage Parent Program at Westport, we hope you will accept the enclosed Most Valuable Volunteer certificate as … Continue Reading
By Peggy Noe Stevens 1. Audience – Always think of your audience and what might intimidate them. How comfortable do you want to make them feel? I know a high-powered female chief marketing officer who is truly a wonderful resource, a champion of women in business. She has an overwhelming amount of experience to share with … Continue Reading
Personal Grooming Guide for the Professional World by Peggy Noe Stevens Do you remember some people by their perfume? By the state of their fingernails? By their hairstyle? Of course you do. In return, your personal grooming habits affect the senses of everyone you meet: their sight, smell, touch, and hearing, all except perhaps taste … Continue Reading