• Greeting People and Shaking Hands
  • First Impressions
  • Doors and Coats
  • Welcoming Guests
  • Introductions
  • Transportation Etiquette
  • Receiving Lines
  • Business Correspondence
  • Job Interviews
  • Business Gifts
  • Dress Codes for Business, Social and Formal Event
  • Preparation and Attending a Business Meeting
 
Multi-Cultural Protocol Featuring:
  • International Business Protocol
  • Do's and Taboos in Foreign Countries
 
 
  • Business Luncheons and Dinners
  • A step-by-step guide to a formal Five and Seven Course meal
  • Continental, Asian and American Dining
  • Refreshments and Hors d'oeuvres
  • Preparation of meal functions
    • Arranging Head Table, selecting Menus,
    • Server Instructions, Finger Bowls, etc.
  • Dinner protocol regarding Hosts, Hostesses, Guests of Honor, ranking of Diplomats
  • Choosing china and silver services
  • Invitations
  • Escorting
  • Seating Arrangements
  • Place cards, menu cards
  • Formal receiving lines
 
 

Roanoke College
Mary Baldwin College
Lynchburg College
Sweet Briar College
Intermont College
Johnson and Johnson, Inc
FNB - Salem Bank & Trust
Petals and Pearls Women's Association

City of Roanoke
Burlington / Northern Sante-Fe Railway
New Century Venture Center
Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce
City of Salem
Virginia Dept. of Transportation
Salem High School
Hollins University

   
Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine
Wytheville - Wythe / Bland Leadership Development Institute
Georgia Medical Group Management Administrators Assn.
University of Illinois School of Business
East Tennessee State University Sororities & Fraternities
Virginia Consortium of Women's Colleges & Universities
University of Texas / Arlington - Fort Worth Campus
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
"This was the best training available for those who are about to enter the Corporate world. The program should be presented to all Big 10 universities.”
—Dr. S. Magelli
Dean, School of Business, University of Illinois

"Of all the seminars and workshops offered during the year, I rate the Corporate Cotillion Business etiquette workshop Number One.”
—Joe Yates
Director of Planning, City Of Salem, VA