Hallway Interactions 101

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The 5′ – 10′ Rule in Practice

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This video demonstrates how an interaction can becomes extremely awkward when there is only one participant and guides you towards putting your best foot forward.
  • What is the impact of the 5’-10’ Rule on an organization’s culture?
  • How will customers perceive an organization that uses the rule compared to an organization where people ignore each other as they pass?
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if you’ve ever had that experience of
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passing someone and they don’t even
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acknowledge you you know it can be
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extremely awkward and it makes you feel
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a little invisible
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hey Mandy well that was awkward we want
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to create a culture where people feel
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valued and want to be here so practicing
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the five ten rule is not only respectful
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but it communicates a commitment to
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service and excellence
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hey basil hey how are you good how are
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you good good to see you you too
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next time you’re passing someone in the
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hall the stairs are on the sidewalk try
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to be intentional about acknowledging
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them with a nod or a smile at 10 feet
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away and be sure to greet them at 5 feet
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away

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