The Emily Post Institute has acted as a social barometer in America for almost 100 years, tracking evolving standards in behavior and etiquette. We can speak on any etiquette topic, including business, weddings, parenting, technology, social situations, grieveing, holidays, politics, pop culture, and, of course, essential manners.

We author a 25-plus book collection and columns in Good Housekeeping, The Boston Globe, The Huffington Post, and Inside Weddings. We offer trainings in business, wedding, and children’s etiquette. The Emily Post Institute also partners with businesses and non-profit organizations to bring etiquette and manners to a wide audience though media and events. There are currently two generations and seven direct descendants and their immediate family involved with The Emily Post Institute.

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Press Releases

Recent interviews

Erie Insurance
March 2, 2015

Lizzie Post was interviewed for the article Lizzie Post’s Driving Etiquette Tips

KSL.com
February 20, 2015

Lizzie Post was interviewed for the article The Art of Handling a Backhanded Compliment

The Columbus Dispatch
February 15, 2015

Peggy Post was interviewed for the article Guide to Life: How to Throw a Proper Wedding

Fusion
February 8, 2015

Lizzie Post was interviewed for the article How to Be a Wedding Guest Who Doesn’t Suck

Dwell
January 20, 2014

Peggy Post was interviewed for the article The Modern Bride’s Guide to Wedding Registries

The Today Show
December 23, 2014

Dan Post Senning was interviewed live and in the related article The Do’s & Don’ts of Salon Etiquette from the Experts Themselves

Yahoo! Finance
December 10, 2014

Lizzie Post was asked about holiday tipping in this video interview and the related article Holiday Tipping: How Not to Be Cheap

Bloomberg Business
October 30, 2014

The Emily Post Institute was featured in the article How Emily Post’s Heirs Built an Etiquette Monopoly