Just as an army marches on its stomach, Team Debrett’s is fuelled by cake, and last week we found ourselves the lucky recipients of a hamper from Harrods.
Something spooky this way comes, sending a chill down the spine
The power of a sincere apology should never be underestimated, even when we consider ourselves not personally at fault. As difficult as it can be, expressing regret and sympathy for another individual’s misfortune shows our humanity and helps to defuse a tense exchange, often preventing
It’s been a bad week for customer service, with news of a further wave of cancelled Ryanair flights bringing the number of travellers affected to 400,000.
Starting university this year? Freshers' Week is a time-honoured rite of passage for new undergraduates. Read our tips for surviving it.
Even if you can’t snag a bargain Birkin or marked-down Miu Miu, there are some items worth buying because they will become your wardrobe icons.
Debrett's employee Dan gives us a behind-the-scenes glimpse of one of our courses for young people.
It’s A-level day, and for every newspaper front page showing successful students jumping for joy, there will be others who have not received the grades they expected.
What do you do when you encounter rudeness? Do you respond in kind? Politely call the individual out on their behaviour? Or ignore and rise above it?
Of those pictured above, whom would you trust most? Here at Debrett’s, we often cite the statistic that it only takes seven seconds to make an impression.