Etiquette skills for a competitive edge!
“People, like diamonds, have basic market value, but it is only after
they have been polished that the world will pay their real value.”
– William Thourlby
The return to traditional social values has demanded an increased awareness of the importance good manners have in our culture. As international travel, international business and cultural diversity continue to climb, it is becoming increasingly clear that good manners and presentation is appreciated in all cultures.
Learning skills which will help you secure a better entry-level job, advance up the corporate ladder to a higher position, or make a career change, are essential in today’s’ business culture. Practicing professional conduct on the job demonstrates your ability to succeed. Class Act’s Etiquette training gives young businessmen and women the critical edge they need to succeed with class!
“I wanted to thank you for spending your time with Fellows Group XXII last
Wednesday. I have been to four other etiquette dinners in college, and I
found your presentation and tips to be exceptional. I learned many things I
had never heard before. Your whole program was very beneficial to me.”
Sincerely, Kasey Hand
CLASS ACT SEMINAR I
Etiquette in Business – for Small Businesses, Faculty Staff Training or Personalized Small Groups
We focus on the following values:
Respect for Others
How to get along with Difficult People
The Art of Conversation and Small Talk
Business and Social Etiquette
Consideration and respect for others
The art of conversation and small talk
The art of networking
Cell phone and e-mail etiquette
Invitations and Thank you Notes in Business
Social Etiquette Skills
Put Your Best Fork Forward
Business Dining Skills
Host and Hostess party Tips
The Art of Mingling
The Food Line
Networking at Parties
*International Business Customs can be included in any above seminar
Contact Susan to make a reservation.
Private sessions are available.
We will address your own special needs and areas which need attention, whether business, social, or both.
Private Dance lessons are also available.
Contact Susan for more information.