Leadership, Confidence, Authority
Corporate Etiquette Distinction
Distinguish yourself from the common pack by being genuine and authentic. In today’s multicultural, multi-generational, and fiercely competitive business arena, etiquette is simply another tool you need. While etiquette alone won’t guarantee your success, it will give you that extra edge that will make the difference between you and another person who is equally as talented or qualified.
Corporate Etiquette Distinction will empower you to present yourself with confidence, presence, and authority. Be the difference that makes a difference.
Areas covered are:
- The “Whys” of Professional Etiquette
- Presence, Personal Style, and Professional Image
- How to Make an Entrance and Work the Room–Defining Your Purpose
- Handshaking–The Ultimate Greeting
- Introducing Yourself and Others
- Forms of Address
- Non-verbal Communication
- Powerful and Effective Communication Skills
- Conversation Skills and Small Talk
- Non-verbal Communications in Writing
- Understanding Different Others
- Quality in the Business Arena/ Authenticity and Genuineness
- Intro to Professional Ethics Through Morals and Intellectual Virtues
- Many other timely tips to help distinguish you and your company from the competition.
Note: All business etiquette seminars include role-playing exercises.
Participants keep the provided workbook as a reference guide.
"Etiquette is simply to cherish such a habitual respect for mankind as may prevent us from disgusting our fellow creatures for the sake of a present indulgence."
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MEET OUR ETIQUETTE CONSULTANT
Ms. Merrily Bjerkestrand was trained and certified as an etiquette consultant through the Protocol School of Washington in Washington, DC. Ms. Bjerkestrand applied the knowledge and standards of excellence acquired from this training, blended her expertise as a consultant with her experience in teaching and coaching, to develop new, unique and powerful programs. These relevant and up-to-date programs are presented to executives, athletes, businesses, students, and universities around the Northwest