Personal Skills for Professional Success—that’s the subtitle of our flagship book on etiquette, The Etiquette Advantage in Business, 3rd edition, and it’s why business etiquette training is so valuable for companies and for individuals. Whether it is in a meeting, in a communication, around a water cooler, on a business trip, at a business social mixer, or at an important business meal, personal skills make or break relationships. An individual’s professional success hinges on how well he or she can build strong relationships. In turn, when an individual is successful, their company succeeds as well.
Business etiquette training directly impacts the bottom line because decision makers, colleagues, bosses, clients, and prospects will choose to do business with people in whom they have confidence. The Emily Post Business Etiquette Seminars teach participants:
The end result: Participants who know how to build better, stronger, more successful relationships. Consequently, they gain the competitive edge.
We don’t offer open enrollment seminars. They are customized to a client’s needs and desired outcomes and held at the client’s office or a nearby hotel on their chosen date.
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Half-day (up to four hours)
Full-day (up to eight hours)
Dining add-on: a dining etiquette lunch or dinner may be added on to a seminar (additional fee applies)
We have a special offer to warm you as the days get colder. If you book and hold a customized seminar for your team before December 31, you can save up to $2,000! Ask for details.
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PETER POST is the great-grandson of Emily Post and the managing director of The Emily Post Institute. As the creator of the Emily Post Business Etiquette seminars, he leads business seminars for companies both in the United States and abroad. Author of the New York Times bestseller Essential Manners for Men and co-author of The Etiquette Advantage in Business, 3rd edition, he writes a weekly question-and-answer business etiquette advice column, “Etiquette at Work,” that appears in the Boston Sunday Globe.
DANIEL POST SENNING is the great-great-grandson of Emily Post and a co-author of Emily Post’s Etiquette, 18th edition and The Etiquette Advantage in Business, 3rd edition. He is also the author of Manners in a Digital World: Living Well Online. Dan conducts business etiquette seminars across the country and internationally, and he co-hosts the Awesome Etiquette podcast.