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Julie Blais Comeau

Chief Etiquette Officer, Author and Speaker | La spécialiste de l'étiquette, auteure et conférencière

Julie Blais Comeau is Canada’s go-to etiquette expert. She is Chief Etiquette Officer at, a professional speaker, and the author of Etiquette: Confidence & Credibility. 

You may have read, seen or heard her on CBC, CTV, TVA, Radio-Canada, HuffPost (since 2011), Reader’s Digest, Canadian Living, Women’s Health, and many others.

A certified business etiquette, international protocol, cultural intelligence and client services consultant, she teaches the competitive edge of the digital era; the interpersonal skills that are necessary for success.

Fluently bilingual, Julie is the perfect choice for your next conference, workshop, as your private coach or your training and development consultant,.

With Julie’s help, all can go from oops… to ahh! “Farewell faux-pas. Hello confidence & credibility!” 

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You have a sticky situation? Write to Julie and she will reply promptly.

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Sticky Situation: 23 Valentine's Day Dos And Don'ts

Even though this day is celebrated all over the world, it is not a Statutory Holiday, anywhere, yet. You and your loved one will work, while your children go to daycare or school. Here are twenty-three dos and don'ts to celebrate Valentine's Day harmoniously, alone, as a couple, when you have children and at work.
02/14/2017 08:37 EST
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Sticky Situation: How To Craft Your 5 Question Elevator Pitch

A good elevator pitch must be easy to understand. This is especially true when you use it with people outside of your field or profession, like when you participate in your Chamber of Commerce's networking cocktail. Forget about creative catchy words and melodious metaphors. Your grandmother should understand what you are talking about.
01/27/2017 02:53 EST
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Sticky Situation: 15 Phrases To Never Use At Work

It is not what you say. It is how you say it. But even if your words are the least of the three elements of in-person communication, they should still be carefully chosen. They have the power to clarify, inform, educate, inspire and motivate. Soft or strong, all your words are heard and could go directly into your boss's ears.
11/25/2016 03:23 EST
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Sticky Situation: Are You The Perfect Colleague?

You are good in your job, maybe the best on your team. You are a natural leader, perhaps the best in your industry. You're smart, maybe the most educated of the company. But, are you the best colleague? What do your teammates say about you? Do they like you? One colleague, an uncongenial colleague can contaminate the entire team. You know "It only takes one bad apple to spoil the whole bunch". Are you, maybe, perhaps, that apple? Let's find out.
03/31/2016 05:37 EDT