Ever had a personal or business relationship cool – and you don’t know why?
You may have offended someone by your lack of proper etiquette or social grace, but you’ll never know what happened.
Because people are reluctant to admit they're offended by your words or behavior. "Our fast-changing times have left behind the etiquette that tells us how to act in social situations," says international business consultant and etiquette expert Grace Lee, whose fun, enlightening talks give you the savvy and social grace to handle any interaction with ease.
"We've forgotten the social graces," says Lee, "and if you don't make a positive first impression, you may not get the chance to make a second. How you impress others determines whether they'll hire you, give you investment capital, schedule a meeting - or a date," she points out.
Grace's presentations give you the universal laws of etiquette and relationship you need to be confident in any social situation, whether at home or abroad.
Doors open, as those you meet respond positively and want to build lasting personal and professional relationships.
This is the era of Age of Relationship. Those that want to be successful in business and personal affairs in the future must be prepared by knowing how to relate to others with the Universal Code of Conduct.
De*cor"um\, n. Propriety of manner or conduct; grace arising from suitableness of speech and behavior to one's own character, or to the place and occasion; decency of conduct; seemliness; that which is seemly or suitable.
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