The Etiquette School of Monarch Beach provides currently researched and contemporary etiquette and dining training, presented in the most professional manner. Seminars and briefings offer universally recognized and accepted personal behavior models to groups or to individuals.
The programs utilize comprehensive, illustrated workbooks, interactive activities and support material. It is the goal of The Etiquette School to foster personal qualities of civility, adaptability, persuasiveness, leadership and excellence in the business and social arenas.
The mission of our corporate training seminars is to enhance the interpersonal skills and professional presence of each participant, and to develop a competitive edge using up-to-the-minute and correct information. The seminars are tailored to reflect the content, logistics and needs of participants.
- Business Protocols
- Business and Social Dining Skills
- International Protocol
Corporate seminars are held on-site or at a site chosen by the participants. Executive briefings, one-half or full-day seminars, and individual consultations may also be scheduled.
“Hazel, your seminar received overwhelming positive response from our BPC participants. The session was not only extremely informative, but also fun. These skills are crucial . . . “ Susan Hauff, Program Manager. Hewlett Packard.
Colleges and Graduate Schools
Programs for colleges and graduate schools are customized to reflect the needs of young professionals about to enter the workforce. These programs may be presented through the college’s career center and other organizations, such as fraternities and sororities.
“Thanks again for a wonderful job last night. I have had lots of positive student and staff feedback.” Hassan Archer, Vanguard University.
Teens and Children
Designed to give your children a gift that will last a lifetime, these fun and interactive programs include role-playing exercises, instructive materials, and a workbook for each student to keep as a reference guide. Each program is age appropriate, and fosters confidence and leadership skills.
- Children’s Etiquette and Dining (ages 10-11)
- Teen’s Etiquette and Dining Skills (ages 12-17)
“Hazel, thank you so much. Heidi and Chloe just loved the time with you!” Scott Kincer. Costa Rica