Emily Post Business Etiquette Programs
When individuals build successful relationships, companies benefit
Personal Skills for Professional Success—That’s why business etiquette training is so valuable for companies and for individuals. An individual’s professional success hinges on how well he or she can build strong relationships. In turn, when the individual is successful, the company succeeds as well.
Business etiquette training directly impacts the bottom line because decision makers, colleagues, bosses, clients and prospects will choose to do business with people in whom they have confidence. Whether it is in a meeting, in a communication, around a water cooler, on a business trip, at a business social mixer or at a business meal, personal skills make or break relationships. The Emily Post Business Etiquette Seminars teach participants:
- The manners that people expect them to know
- The skills to figure out how to interact when there is no manner
- The confidence to handle any situation, from the day-to-day to the crucial
The end result: Participants know how to build better, stronger, more successful relationships. Consequently, they have the competitive edge.
Who benefits from Business Etiquette Training?
Leadership and Management Training Programs
Seasoned Professionals and Senior Management
Half-day (up to four hours)
Full-day (up to eight hours)
Speech or tailored presentation (45-minutes and up)
Choose from these topics to customize your program:
Co-author of The Etiquette Advantage in Business
Co-author of Emily Post’s Etiquette, 18th edition, and four other books on etiquette, Anna has been presenting Emily Post Business Etiquette Seminars since 2007. She has served as a spokesperson for The National Foundation for Infectious Diseases, Intel, Ponds, 3M and many others, and spoke at the 2012 TEDYouth Conference. She writes regularly for Inside Weddings magazine and Reuters, and is a media source for USA Today, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Los Angeles Times, and has appeared on The Today Show, Good Morning America and MSNBC. Anna also runs all of the Institute’s social media accounts.
Dan Post Senning
Co-author of Emily Post’s Etiquette, 18th edition, and author of the newly published Manners for a Digital World, Dan has been presenting business seminars to corporations and universities since 2010. Dan has served as a spokesperson for Bank of America and is a media source for The New York Times, Esquire, Glamour, Time, and The Wall Steet Journal. He also finds time to serve as web master for Emily Post.
Seminar Fees & Scheduling
Join the many corporations, government entities, universities and non-profits that have engaged The Emily Post Institute to refocus and reinvest employees in relationship building skill and help their companies be as successful as possible.
Dawn has worked with the Posts since 2005 to bring their training and skills to corporations, government entities, universities, and non-profits.