CORPORATE ETIQUETTE TRAINING SEMINARS

Rachel Wagner Etiquette and Protocol business etiquette training seminars and workshops are conducted in your company’s own conference room or a venue of your choice (such as a conference or retreat center). In a relaxed and non-intimidating environment, you will learn the tools which give professionals a presence that communicates confidence, competence, and influence in today’s global business arena.
Here are some of the different types of Training Seminars:

  • Build Relationships and Networks with Polish and Poise
  • Workplace Etiquette and Office Professionalism
  • Telephone Etiquette
  • Email Writing Etiquette
  • The Art of Business Dining

Build Relationships and Networks with Polish and Poise

At business socials, conferences, and receptions, you are repeatedly making a first–and often lasting–impression! But attending these events can be intimidating and even paralyzing for many professionals. In this business etiquette workshop, your team members will learn how to confidently present themselves, how to mingle, make small talk and develop relationships more easily. They will “learn by doing” how to give a correct handshake, make correct introductions and how to give or receive a business card. They will learn body language dos and don’t’s and how to handle hors d’oeuvres and drinks. Establishing and building networks takes practice. But in this fun and interactive business etiquette seminar, your team members with gain the confidence and skills for attending any type of business reception or networking social. They will leave this session with the steps to take to make a positive first and lasting impression at any type of business social and reflect on your company’s brand and image with excellence.

Who should attend? Any employee who attends business receptions, conferences, chamber functions or represents your company in any type of meet-and-greet event.

Session length: 2-2.5 hours


Workplace Etiquette and Office Professionalism

Q: What makes an office professional?

A: How coworkers treat each other, and how customers are treated. Good workplace etiquette helps create an office culture of appreciation, sensitivity, and respect for co-workers. In addition, it helps build powerful relationships with clients and visitors to your company or organization. In this engaging and fun seminar, your team will learn important keys and tips that are crucial for creating positive and professional workplace behaviors. This leads to a more productive and positive workplace environment for everyone. From cubicle etiquette and co-worker courtesies, to dressing for success, to electronic etiquette and tips for a productive meeting, your team will be empowered for greater levels of successful relationships with each other and with clients, customers, and office guests.

Who should attend? All levels of employees.

Session length: 2-3 hours, depending on optional topics


Telephone Etiquette

It’s critical that front-line employees make a positive first and lasting impression when handling business phone calls. In this interactive session, you will learn about proper phone manners, the power of your voice and word choices, being a good listener, and handling difficult callers. During this business etiquette session, participants will engage in a case study and practice scenarios to help reinforce the training. They will leave with practical and effective action steps that they can use immediately back in the office to give a more powerful and positive impression of your business or organization.

Who should attend? Employees who have primary responsibility for incoming calls.

Session length: 2 hours


Professional Business Email Writing and Etiquette

Good business etiquette includes good email etiquette. It’s vital that business emails send a positive image of you and your organization. However, emails are often too casual, carelessly written, or have a negative tone, all of which can reflect poorly on your company. In this session, the skills you’re doing right will be acknowledged and reinforced; then you will build on that with essential best practices of email writing and etiquette to create a professional impression with email. You will also discover when not to use email as a communication tool as well as tips for managing an overflowing Inbox. When back in the office, you can use these tips immediately to create the most professional image with all of your business email contacts.

Who should attend? Employees and managers in all levels of an organization.

Session length: 2 hours, but can be modified upon request to shorter session (but less interactive)


The Art of Business Dining

Business relationships are developed and strengthened at the table. Which means your associates must have flawless dining etiquette skills and be able to handle themselves confidently in dining situations as either a host or as a guest. In this hands-on business dining etiquette seminar, you learn world-class dining etiquette while enjoying a four-course fine dining meal. You will learn in a relaxed and non-intimidating environment and have immediate feedback. Never worry again about which fork to use–or how to host a client for dinner–or how to give a proper toast. Even in the most sophisticated dining settings, you will be equipped with the dining skills that give you confidence and refinement to reflect on your company’s brand and image in a positive manner.

Who should attend? Development officers; any level of employee, from those in career-fast track programs to upper-level managers; anyone who hosts business meals or attends business meals and fundraiser events with clients, customers, and prospects.

Session length: 2-2.5 hours

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