The handshake, as we know it now, is in danger of becoming extinct, much to the delight of some and to the chagrin of others. During this crisis in addition to practicing social distance, washing our hands constantly, not touching our face, we have been advised not to shake hands. Eventually, we will be able
Recently there has been more than the usual attention paid to the handshake. You know, that age-old tradition of meeting and greeting by extending one’s hand to another. After centuries it appears that not everyone has perfected the practice. It doesn't seem that it would be hard to get it right; but if your experience
Did you know that there is such a thing as "Left Handers Day?" This is an event, which recognizes the 10% of people in the world who are left-handed, and is celebrated across the globe on August 13th. Mark your calendars so you don't miss it. In my training sessions, particularly when I am speaking
The handshake is a longstanding tradition both professionally and socially. Now there is talk of banning the practice for health reasons. The debate is just beginning.