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What Happened To My Dinner Roll?
A seminar to improve social manners and dining etiquette

It's nice to be important, but it's more important to be nice.
John Cassis

Wise Monkeys Communications LLCThis seminar teaches the essentials of  good manners and dining etiquette.  Parents, students, professionals and employers all know the importance of making a good impression.  Success in achieving goals is dependent on the effectiveness of interpersonal skills, demonstrating confidence and displaying respect for others and pride in ourselves.  Proper dining etiquette and good manners show we care about others and are critical ingredients for success.

Webster defines etiquette as "the forms, manners, and ceremonies established by convention as acceptable or required in social relations, in a profession, or in official life."

 

Why are good manners important?

  • To project success
  • To show respect to others
  • To behave with graciousness and poise
  • To show politeness and sensitivity to others
  • To make a favorable impression
  • To feel self-assured and confident
  • To demonstrate self-assurance and confidence

Who should attend in this seminar?

  • Soon-to-be college graduates who will be entering the workplace
  • Teens who are beginning to date and attend social functions
  • Young professionals dedicated to establishing a positive impression
  • Company executives and staff who establish outside relationships to benefit the company
  • Families, to learn the basics and share with their growing children
 

 

 

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