Friday, March 16, 2012
Kendall College of Art & Design
Grand Rapids, MI
Research shows that given two individuals with exactly the same technical skills, the more socially savvy person will achieve greater success more than 80% of the time. Add composure and self assuredness to your arsenal of personal power tools. Never again be caught without knowing exactly how to handle challenging social and business situations.
This class will review the basics of social etiquette, business etiquette, and dining etiquette. Remember all those things your mother taught you? It’s time to put them to work once again to propel yourself to greater personal and professional achievements.
Personal Power Tools®: Conversation and Working a Room
Saturday, March 17, 2012– 10am to 1pm
Michigan State University
$45.00 (1 session)
Does the thought of walking into a room filled with strangers fill you with dread? Learn the secrets of successfully working a room to your personal and professional advantage. Gain the confidence to introduce yourself to strangers and make the connections you want and need to make. Acquire the skills necessary to prepare successfully for such events, how to break into groups already engaged in conversation, how to introduce yourself and others, and how to meet your personal goals for every social interaction. We’ll also explore the fine art of conversation: how to talk with anyone, how to start and end a conversation with finesse, what topics never to discuss, and appropriate follow-up practices.
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