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Three Tips to Standing Out at Holiday Parties

partyThere’s a certain buzz in the air this time of year, don’t you agree?

Especially here in New York City, just walking in office building lobbies and hearing exciting chatter, there’s no denying holiday parties are in full effect.

Yes, it’s time to celebrate accomplishments from the previous 12 months but it’s also time to make the most out of robust opportunities to make unforgettable impressions!

What’s better than showcasing your executive presence than mingling with leadership in a festive atmosphere? Here are three tips to standing out and making yourself known as a holiday soiree.

1. Dress to impress. Selena Soo, publicity strategist, explains, “It only takes seven seconds to make a first impression on someone. Holiday parties are a chance to use those seven seconds to your advantage by dressing to impress.” Read more

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Three Ways to Bounce Back from Your Less Than Stellar Office Holiday Party Behavior

holiday drinkPicture it. Then again, you may not want to.┬áIt’s the annual company holiday bash and one drink, two drinks, three drinks, floor!

Yes, we’re talking about getting a little too tipsy to recall details of the night the next day. Ode to social media, there’s an online footprint on Instagram and Facebook to remind you of your previous night’s escapades. (You can thank your picture happy colleagues for that.)

Anyway, so you’ve had too much to drink and perhaps said and did things you regret (dancing on the tables, anyone?). There are a few ways to bounce back. Yes, it can be done. Read more