Who Benefits from Corporate
New HiresNew hires are most likely “Millennials,” the 20-something generation born after 1980, who never knew a world without texting and technology. They bring formidable skills and outstanding resumes to the company, but may not understand why they have to be there by 9 a.m. We can help ease the culture shock of their entrée into the working world with a new-hire-focused business etiquette seminar.
Sales ProfessionalsCustomer service representatives and sales professionals often come in contact with clients more than any other employee in a corporation. Our sales-focused trainings emphasize how to build relationships – not tear them down. Seminars can include small-group work around solving difficult situations with clients, social and networking protocols, communication etiquette (written, verbal and use of technology), and image and attire.
Leadership and Management Training ProgramsEmily Post Business Etiquette Seminars are a natural addition to internal programs designed to identify, develop and fast-track future leaders. Our programs teach self-confidence in business social settings and networking, business travel, business dining and more. An understanding of the principles behind business etiquette is a fundamental skill of good management. For high potentials who want to develop their personal brand, one-on-one coaching and small group programs with pre-work and post-consulting are available.
Seasoned Professionals and Senior ManagementWhether used as a refresher course on a topic such as business social skills or table manners, or to address specific new corporate challenge such as international perspectives or social media manners, sessions for seasoned professionals and senior management are among the most animated and beneficial because participants understand how valuable strong personal skills are to their success. For senior leaders who want to define or refine their personal brand, one-on-one or small group sessions are offered with pre-work and post-consulting.
For the first time in history, there are four generations together in the workforce—the World War II generation (Traditionalists), Baby Boomers, Gen Xers and Millennials. Each group has different communication styles, expectations and interpretation skills. Emily Post Business Etiquette Seminars teach your employees to understand their differences and get along with each other so that the focus can turn to getting the job done.For more information on Emily Post Business Etiquette Programs contact Director of Sales and Relationships, Dawn Stanyon at Dawn(at)emilypost.com.