On VideoWatch some short clips from Patricia Rossi
Good Day Tampa Bay: 7/1/2011
Patricia Rossi appears on Good Day Tampa Bay and talks about more women in the workplace.
Daytime: Valentine’s Day Tips
Patricia Rossi appears on Daytime and talks about the perfect valentines gift for your perfect sweetheart.
USF Student Athletes – Etiquette Dinner
In this USF BullsCast Feature, see USF Student athletes participating in a dining etiquette workshop with Patricia Rossi, author of “Everyday Etiquette”, Radio and TV personality, columnist, business etiquette coach, and public speaker.
Resort Hotel Staff Etiquette
In this One Minute Manner segment Patricia takes you to a resort hotel. The first people will you will see is the valet parkers. The thing you need to remember is that you only need to tip them when they return your car back to you and not upon arrival.
In this One Minute Manner segment Patricia talks about etiquette in a museum. The museum is for all of is. Try to remember the three foot rule. When you are speaking with someone you stand three feet apart. Try to do the same at the museum with the art work.
Daytime on NBC: 5/3/2013
Patricia Rossi appears on Daytime and talks about the do’s and don’t surrounding graduation.
Patricia’s focus is on kindness as opposed to formality, relationships…not rules. Her seminars on social and professional protocol are engaging and shed new light on modern manners from business leaders, professional athletes, and young adults in real life situations.
Workplace Etiquette – Your Cubical
Patricia Rossi will enable your group, team, or entire organization with social tools that will instantly and naturally take them from making a memorable first impression to growing and maintaining substantial and influential long term personal and business relationships.
How To Get Where You’re Going
In this One Minute Manner segment Patricia talks about how to get where you’re going with ease and grace. Sidewalks, stairs, escalators, shopping carts in the grocery store, or walking in the mall, all you need to remember is keep to the right.
In this One Minute Manner segment Patricia talks about etiquette in the theatre. The first thing you want to remember is to have your tickets out and ready. Try to arrive 15 to 20 minutes early. You want to have enough time to find your seat, read the program, and relax!