Etiquette for Beginners
Does your child embarrass you at the company picnic, interrupt your conversation, look bored, lick his fingers instead of using the napkin? This age is where it gets serious, learning basic manners as a way of life. It is important to begin these skills as soon as a child can sit still and listen to, and follow, instructions. To teach him good manners, you may not find the time in your busy schedule right now, but we are here to help you get started.
Express Etiquette for Teens
Which parents have not despaired of their teen’s habits and manners? This is the age group where it is essential to renew earlier rules and manners, to reinforce them or teach them anew. It is the age where we need to make sure good etiquette becomes second-nature for our teens, as they all too soon head for college, and life on their own.
Are you still sure about which fork or glass to use? How to pass the cream, introduce yourself to the person sitting next to you, exhibit and maintain confidence in awkward situations? Is your daughter planning a formal wedding? Is your appointment to a leadership position in a new company imminent? What was play and delight to learn for 6-12 year-olds, and self-conscious continuation of good social skills for the teenager, have now become critical survival skills. Manners may need updating, renewing, and adjusting to changing societal opportunities, corporate requirements, or unexpected special occasions. We are here to help you gain that knowledge and skill, to comport yourself in any social or professional situation with ease and confidence.
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