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Denise Anne Taylor


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Business Etiquette | Career Strategies (resume, job interview, job search)| Conflict Management and more. Do not allow career limiting behavior to sabotage your ability for workplace success. Ask the questions that will get you ahead! How can I help you?

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Subject Matter Expert with 20 years of broad-based background in business etiquette, international protocol, and executive dining as well as other workplace related topics on conflict resolution and career management (i.e. resume, interview, job search). Trained and certified by The Protocol School of Washington a leading protocol and etiquette firm. Programs provided to major corporations, educational institutions, and associations throughout the country. Private consultation available upon request.


MichBusiness, Advisory Board Member 2014, 2015, 2016 Michigan Business and Professional Association, Advisory Board Member, 2005-2014 Women of Tomorrow, Mentor, 2013-2016 UN Women-Metro Detroit Chapter, Active Member, 2013-2016


Bachelor of Science-Oakland University, Rochester Hills, MI Certified-Protocol School of Washington Certified-Sandler Sales Training Certified-Dale Carnegie Sales Management Training

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Startup Weekend Detroit-Winner, Crowd Favorite 2015

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2014-10-27 title in business cards:

Claudia,    "Senior Vice President" or "Vice President" titles include a role/operation or business  practice name, NOT just the name of the Group.    Unacceptable:  Senior Vice President,  Industrial/Process

2014-06-30 Unused degree:

Ed,    The trade association on behalf of the paralegal industry may be the best place to outreach in your local area.  They would have the contacts to guide you accordingly or could direct you to someone

2014-06-25 Unused degree:

Ed,  What has been holding you back from pursuing career opportunities in paralegal?  Do you desire to work as a paralegal moving forward?  What is your current work status?  Are you full-time employed

2014-01-02 follow up email:

Jenny,    Avoid apologizing and avoid saying you were extremly busy; everyone is busy... and it will not bode well.  Just send out an email or a, preferred, handwritten note to kick off the new year with

2013-11-05 Welcoming Local Government Officials:

Trisha,    You are correct. You want to closely match rank and status when possible.  An elected official will always take precedence; however, match rank and status as closely as you can when matching


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