Dr. Susan Quiring is available to speak at your event. Topics listed below are available as a seminar, program, keynote address, or individual consultation:
1, 2, 3 Let’s Eat
ABC’s of Manners that Matter
The way in which you present yourself is almost as important as what you are presenting!
Little Things We Say and Do
The best exercise for strengthening the heart is reaching down and lifting people up.
The Road to Class Act
A 5-session course designed to enhance social, dining and correspondence etiquette. By learning to genuinely respect another person, we can be Class Act no matter where we are or what we are doing!
Put Your Best Fork Forward
Research shows that 30% of all job interview failures stem from poor manners. Test yourself: At a social function, you meet the CEO of a corporation. After a brief chat, you give him your business card. Are you correct?
Over 50% of business is conducted at the table. The business meal is an important way to build relationships with employers, clients and colleagues
Social and Conversation Skills At Business Functions
Conversation is an important part of one’s business presence.
Etiquette and Professional Courtesy
A person characterized as being courteous, respectful and with good manners is helping to establish a positive impression.
Dress for Success
Your physical appearance is your visual resume. In fact, your appearance makes up over 50% of your first impression.
For Civic and Social Groups
Dancing through the Challenges and Choices of Life
An inspirational, heart-warming personal sharing as Susan has danced through the challenges and choices of her own life.
Thanks for the Dance
An inspirational behind-the-scenes talk of Susan’s path to becoming both a ballroom dance instructor and an etiquette instructor.
The Health Benefits of Dancing
Ballroom Dance is a great cardiovascular workout! It kicks in those endorphins-an added bonus to dance. Dancing increases flexibility, muscular strength, circulation, and is an emotional release. Dancing can help maintain mental alertness through the challenge of learning & retaining specific footwork patterns. Susan says, “You can dance your way to good health! Dancing reduces stress, tension, blood pressure, and is equivalent to moderate jogging, thus a great weight reducer!”