Friday, June 29, 2012

Thumbs Up for Our Students

The Etiquette Plus, Confidence is Cool,  Macaroni and Please and Children Social Etiquette and Dining Workshop held during the school holiday were a huge success.  The children did so well and we were  very proud of them.  View more pictures in our facebook.

Etiquette Plus on 11 June to 13 June 2012
Confidence is Cool on 11 June to 13 June 2012

Macaroni and Please on 19 June to 20 June 2012
Etiquette Plus on 18 June to 20 June 2012

Children Social Etiquette and Dining Workshop on 02 June 2012

We were featured in The Strait Times

The children were so thrilled and  happy to see the Strait Times photo journalist in our Macaroni and Please workshop on 19June to 20June 2012. Pictures were taken during the workshop and the article was  featured on  The Straits Times on 23 June 2012. 

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Sunday, June 17, 2012

Closing Sales with Proper Business Etiquette

Proper etiquette and social graces are not only important in personal dealings but also necessary for leaving a good impression on people in a business setting. Most people aren’t even aware as to how they should conduct themselves when faced with such a situation. This is why business etiquette training workshops are arranged to help individuals interact with others in a work environment.

In today’s world, sales are closed over business meals and other unconventional places, for which you need to be prepared at all times. Do not be misled by the informal setting, it is still a business meet-up and you’ve got to present yourself in the best possible way for closing the deal. Hence, in this scenario not only your professional competence is tested but it is equally important for the personality and character to shine through. In this regard, a business etiquette training workshop delivers important advice on personal grooming so that you can go ahead in your professional life. It includes guidelines on how to incorporate confidence, self-assurance and poise in your personality, which is extremely essential to gaining trust of the person/party you’re dealing with. Remember, you’re constantly being evaluated by the other party, so in order to pass with flying colors, business etiquette training is quite necessary.

If you’re selling a product for instance, then something as little as improper dressing can project a negative image.  Similarly, the inability to strike a conversation with clients will not help your cause either. These may appear as slight matters, even more so when no business school stresses upon it. Instead, all of these tiny details are taken care of in a business etiquette training workshop because it is now widely accepted that the right decorum and protocol will help to a great extent in closing sales.

A typical business etiquette training workshop will aim to enhance your overall personality by teaching important aspects of clothing, communication, confidence-building and professionalism. These workshops not only aim to improve behavioral aspects but also the overall outlook of a person. Personal hygiene, hair and skin care, poise and posture may seem irrelevant but in actual world, they’re the foremost factors responsible for leaving a good or bad impression. Some people may not realize but even the attire needs to be according to the corporate requirements. Similarly, the hair style needs to be such that is presents a professional image. It’s all about giving your clients the respect that they deserve, ultimately leading to building your successful career.

Remember, you may have memorized every text book rule for making a successful deal, however when it comes to practical life, you cannot hope to go far without adequate business etiquette training. Therefore, if you are unable to maintain a profitable and productive business relationship, then consider taking help from a professional and enroll yourself in a business etiquette training workshop instantly! It’s not that you lack the talent to close sales but only require a little grooming to move ahead.


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