Our corporate clients include hotels and resorts, management consulting firms, outplacement firms, IT firms, banks, insurance companies, governments, and more.
In our seminars, participants from entry-level college graduates to senior executives learn the importance of business etiquette and protocol and that social skills, or the lack thereof can make or break deals and careers. Studies have shown that more than 60% of what is believed about us is based on visual messages. The gift of good manners is a life-long head start.
Manners as business intelligence
Business and hiring decisions are often made over lunch or dinner. Are you comfortable and at ease in such situations? Are you someone to be trusted and respected? How you relate to other guests, carry on a conversation, handle your silverware, and even how you treat the wait staff, speaks volumes about you. Good manners are good business. A clear understanding that perfection is a journey - not a destination - is balanced with the appreciation that rules of etiquette and protocol are a flexible framework of common sense consideration for others. This applies equally to the boardroom and to the dining room, and even on the golf course.