Business Etiquette

Technical skills and knowledge account for 15% of the reason you get a job, keep a job and advance in a job. 85% of your job success is connected to your people skills.

Research conducted by Harvard University, The Carnegie Foundation and The Stanford Research Institute

How to put your best foot forward in the world of business

Making it in the modern business world comes down to so much more than your qualifications on paper; how you present yourself in person is crucial.

Let Social Graces be your secret to achieving success. With our selection of workshops, we can show you how to integrate seamlessly into corporate culture, handle business dinners with aplomb, and impress international clients with your knowledge of local customs. Never feel nervous again about business trips, social occasions, or online interactions, thanks to our tips on how to position yourself as the leader you are – or the leader you want to be.

We cover what to say and when to say it, the way to dress for success, and what you can do to be prepared for everything from a backyard BBQ with work colleagues, to a formal multi-course meal with important new clients.

Attending a Social Graces seminar is an investment in sending the message that you are ready to take your career to the next level. They can be taken as standalone courses, or in succession for best results.

The Polished Professional

This fun and interactive workshop is the foundation of Social Grace’s business etiquette training. Learn how to create a positive and long-lasting impression within your company or on the international level, right from day one.

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Corporate Events

Learn about social and business etiquette training group events here; we are certain we can customize a solution that fits you perfectly.

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The Polished Professional – Tutorials

Elevate your business etiquette education with one or both of our The Polished Professional tutorials, where you can explore international business customs and how best to be prepared for a vast array of work and social situations.

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