Emily Post training and services are available for groups, businesses, and individuals. Choose from trainer training, seminars, live and pre-recorded webinars, self-paced eLearning courses, and consultation services to best meet your etiquette training needs. Every live session is customized for the client and built from our extensive menu of training topics.
The Awesome Etiquette podcast is a weekly Q&A show where hosts, (cousins, and co-presidents of the Emily Post Institute,) Lizzie Post and Dan Post Senning answer audience questions, tackle etiquette topics in detail and salute good etiquette witnessed by the Awesome Etiquette audience.
The Emily Post Institute Inc. is a fifth generation family business that has been promoting etiquette based on consideration, respect and honesty since Emily Post wrote her first book ETIQUETTE in 1922. Today we offer a wide range of books, online resources, training programs for all ages and topics, a weekly podcast and a selection of greeting cards and paper products.
Cues for Quiet on the Course
Talking is an integral part of the golf experience. Walking the fairway, waiting between shots, pausing at the turn, relaxing at the nineteenth hole—whether it's a personal or business outing, these are perfect opportunities to catch up on the latest news, enjoy the banter between friends, and build relationships. As important as it is to be a good participant in conversation, however, in golf, the key to being a successful conversationalist begins with knowing when to be quiet.
During a Shot
Whether you're on the tee, the fairway, or the green, as the players approach their balls, it's important for the incessant joke teller or talker to take a break and save that priceless story or joke until after everyone has taken their swings. This doesn't mean you can start talking again as soon as the first golfer hits his shot. Wait until all the members of your group have made their shots before resuming your stroll down the fairway—and your story or joke.
The jokester is oblivious of his effect on others. He's the guy who keeps telling an endless stream of stories and jokes—never just one. Slowly, the others start to realize that his jokes aren't for their amusement, but rather to keep the attention centered on him. No matter how funny someone may be, there's such a thing as too much of a good thing.