It's National Etiquette Week!
"Good manners reflect something from inside--an innate sense of consideration for others and respect for self." - Emily Post
What does etiquette mean to you? To us, it means treating people with consideration, respect, and honesty, and being aware of how our actions affect those around us. It means using good manners such as saying please, thank you and you're welcome; RSVPing on time to invitations; putting away your smartphone in favor of the person you are with; and sending handwritten thank-you notes, among many others. We invite you to explore our site and renew your personal investment in why etiquette matters in our modern world.
This National Etiquette Week give your employees Emily Post Business Etiquette Training and Seminars
Seminars from The Emily Post Institute give your team the social skills and refining polish they need to take their business relationships to the next level. Good business is built on great relationships, and great relationships are the result of knowing how to interact in ways that build trust and positive communication. Our business etiquette training teaches the behaviors that project confidence, consistency and trustworthiness. We look at topics such as:
· Why you need a healthy business communication diet that includes in person conversation skills, smartphone rules, email best practices and social media guidelines
· Comprehensive business dining etiquette, from place settings and etiquette for each course to how to interact with the other diners
· How to navigate introductions, business meetings, networking events, and business travel
· A five-step method for solving difficult relationship situations, taught through examples and group exercises
Emily Post Business Etiquette Seminars are for everyone from the new-hire to the CEO. It’s for anyone who wants to navigate today’s business environment with increased emotional intelligence and reinvest in the skills that help build success relationships. Contact Dawn Stanyon today for more information.
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- Professionalism. Business Etiquette. Personal Brand. Give your employees the tools to succeed. Seminars, Webinars, E-learning, Mentoring, Content.
- Daniel Post Senning, great-great-grandson of Emily Post and Webmaster for The Emily Post Institute, offers advice on the best and worst of mobile and social media manners.
- Our Etipedia® is a custom built encyclopedia of etiquette guildlines, tips, and advice.
- The Emily Post institute is a five generation family business. Etiquette, lifestyle, and relationship advice have been our business for almost 100 years.
- Do you ever wonder how to bring etiquette to your home and family? We are here to help.
- Anna Post offers great advice to teens, and the teen inside each of us, on how to interview well. Look for Anna at the 1:16 mark.
- Inspiration, advice, and etiquette for brides, family's, and guests. We'll help you plan a wedding that is uniquely yours.
Ask your personal etiquette question at our Q&A blog >>> The Etiquette Daily
Manners In A Digital World, Living Well Online
Manners in a Digital World is an up-to-the-minute, straight-talking guide that tackles how we should act when using a digital device or when online. As communication technologies change, our smart-phones and tablets become even more essential to our daily lives, and the most polished and appropriate ways to use them often remain unclear. As anyone who has mistakenly forwarded an email knows, there are many pitfalls, too. This essential guide discusses topics such as:
· Why you need a healthy digital diet that includes texts, emails, and calls
· What makes for the best—and the worst—online comment
· How to maintain privacy and security for online profiles and accounts, essential for everything from banking to online dating
· How parents and children can establish digital house rules
· The appropriate, low-maintenance ways to separate personal and professional selves online
Emily Post’s Manners in a Digital World is for technophiles and technophobes alike—it’s the perfect graduation gift for anyone transitioning from backpack to briefcase or getting ready for the complexities and challenges of college life.