Ask Amy a question about etiquette and she will answer!

Behaving with impeccable, politically correct business manners in today’s confusing workplace is vital to both personal and professional success. The Proper Manner programs focus on leadership techniques and etiquette skills that will be noticed by clients and earn the respect of peers. This critical knowledge will enable participants to reach their highest potential.

How to Make a Great First Impression
Overcoming a negative first impression can take weeks, months or years! Learn to create a positive impression and polish your interpersonal skills by mastering the fundamentals all professionals should possess.

  • Handshaking and Introductions
  • Understanding Corporate and Client Protocol
  • Navigating Business Events with Ease
  • Making Great Conversation
  • Technology Etiquette
  • The Secret Weapon for Cultivating Business Relationships

Dining Skills Every Professional Should Possess*
Dining for business means creating and maintaining professional relationships that reflect the company in a positive manner. What do your employees’ dining skills say about you?

  • Deciphering Table Settings
  • Silverware Savvy
  • American and Continental Dining Styles
  • Silent Service Code
  • Top 10 Dining Skills
  • The Considerate Host
  • The Gracious Guest

*Can be a keynote speech or a seminar taught over a multi-course meal.

International Protocol
Learn the nuances of successfully conducting business internationally and avoid the "ugly American" label. Discover intelligent ways to research and prepare for the international business arena. This keynote/training session will focus specifically on the country of your choice.

Choose from these topics to design a program specifically for your organization. Delivery and all materials will be customized to address your needs and concerns.

Spend a day one-on-one with The Proper Manner. A pre-planning discussion will identify areas for improvement. This day may focus on first impressions, business etiquette, time management, meetings, wardrobe, dining skills, presentation skills, and business communication skills.

We offer the following programs which educate, entertain and inspire partners and children at corporate events.

How to Make a Great First Impression
Polish your interpersonal skills by mastering the basic skills necessary in social and business interactions.

  • Handshaking and Introductions
  • Navigating Social Events with Ease
  • Making Great Conversation
  • Technology Etiquette
  • The Secret Weapon for Cultivating Relationships

How to Raise a Charming Child
Raising kind, polite children takes time and patience. From tots to teenagers, this program offers specific areas of focus to guide you along the way.

  • The Magic Words
  • Kindness and Respect
  • The Basic Rules of Etiquette All Children Should Know
  • Rites of Passage
  • Teaching Table Manners
  • Navigating in the World

Gracious Living and Entertaining in The Proper Manner
Tips and tricks of the trade to help make special memories for your family and friends.

  • How to Mix and Match New and Old to Create Inventive Table Settings and Vignettes
  • Invitations that Set the Stage
  • Make Each Room Inviting and Elegant
  • How to be a Considerate Host and a Gracious Guest
  • Make Every Day Memorable
  • Favorite Books and Resources

Afternoon Tea Etiquette
A relaxing and refreshing journey. Learn about the history of tea, how to prepare, serve, and set an elegant tea table.

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