This business etiquette training program gives your employees the skills to become more influential, polished and professional.
In today’s social media economy, there is a missing link which is the human connection. Building strong client relationships is paramount for your company.
From improving an employee’s personal brand, to the importance of a positive attitude in the office, this training provides your employees the tools to build lasting relationships with clients and the confidence to succeed in the workplace. As casual and modern as we all have become, business etiquette skills are still essential.
1. PERSONAL BRANDING AND CROSS-GENERATIONAL COMMUNICATION STYLES
Your employees represent your company whether they interact with clients, engage with colleagues or use a social media platform. This interactive and action-packed program provides the groundwork and guides your team to creating and polishing their personal brands – their reputation.
Those attending will leave this seminar with increased confidence and will know the necessary actions and steps to fine tune their personal brands and styles of communicating.
Companies that place an importance on the human element and on their employees’ interpersonal skills certainly become more valuable.
In this dynamic program, Our coach shares stories and best practices of other organizations that are successfully connecting and engaging with their clients.
In order to build trust with others, you must start with the human connection. Let’s face it, we do business with those we like.
The Art of the Human Connection is our most requested module.
What a great feeling it is to walk into a presentation when you know your business statistics, you communicate well, and you are dressed the part. when you have the total package, your credibility, knowledge, and position are never questioned.
Human Resource professionals estimate that up to 95% of business professionals do not dress appropriately for the office. The bottom line is that they lack attention to detail. Unprofessionalism is costing corporations money. It is also costing employees promotions, the ability to keep and get new clients, and to keep their jobs.
In this fun and interactive session, our coach shows your employees what is appropriate for your industry and why this is a critical part of a dynamic and professional image.
What are the new rules of the 21st century when it comes to networking? How does it fit in with the multiple social media channels? Is it appropriate to connect with someone you just met at a networking event through Facebook?
Networking is key but it has changed. What are the new rules? How can you blend work, community/civic interests and cultivate a social life all while networking?
To succeed in business you must be as comfortable in the dining room as you are in the conference room.
This presentation is so much fun and hands-on. Do you know how to hold a fork correctly? Should you eat Continental Style if you are traveling in another country?
Companies that are successful understand the importance of blending the generations.
Whether understanding your co-workers’ or clients’ preferences, connecting the generations is key to having a unified and highly functioning workforce.