Etiquette Classes

Most peo­ple think eti­quette deals with forks, knives and how to hide your veg­eta­bles. We teach that, but we also teach deco­rum and style. From busi­ness meet­ings to meet­ing future in-laws, we help pre­pare you for suc­cess. We offer a vari­ety of Eti­quette Classes, Webi­nars and Sem­i­nars.  Con­tact us today to sched­ule a com­pli­men­tary Strat­egy Ses­sion. Inter­ested in tak­ing an eti­quette class   Click here to see a list of our Upcom­ing Events

YOUTH & TEENS

Man­ners are a lost art in today’s soci­ety as chil­dren are spend­ing more and more time in front of their tele­vi­sions and their com­put­ers while los­ing out on social inter­ac­tion. Their idea of social inter­ac­tion is a text mes­sage or a Face­book post.

ETIQUETTE for ADULTS

Does the thought of attend­ing a social event bring on social anx­i­ety?  It is never too late to learn, but it can be to late to make a first impres­sion. Whether try­ing to impress a date, the in-laws or peo­ple from work,or teach­ing man­ners to your chil­dren

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COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY ETIQUETTE

In today’s demand­ing and com­pet­i­tive job mar­ket, hav­ing a col­lege degree is only the first step in climb­ing the lad­der of career suc­cess. Nowa­days, com­pa­nies want new employ­ees to “hit the road run­ning.” This means they want to see how well—or poorly—job can­di­dates con­duct them­selves in busi­ness situations.

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BUSINESS & CORPORATE ETIQUETTE

In today’s highly com­pet­i­tive, global mar­ket­place, your employ­ees need more than tech­ni­cal skills to dis­tin­guish your busi­ness from your com­peti­tors. They need busi­ness and social eti­quette skills that set your com­pany apart and make it the business-of-choice.
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