A foundation of good manners is integral to the development of good leadership skills, not only for today but for the future. Etiquette is a life skill that will remain with you forever. Our first session will include an introduction to etiquette and good manners including making a good first impression, greeting people, introductions, deportment, posture and sitting, body language, conversation and listening skills and proper hygiene and grooming etiquette. The second session will cover Table Etiquette; how to set the table (Informal and Formal); Order of Service; how to hold cutlery correctly; Communication & conversation at the table and napkin Etiquette. All skills will be demonstrated by Elizabeth and there will be time for questions and answers. Students will leave class with exercises to practice at home and to keep for future reference. Supply List: Please have a pen or pencil and paper for each class and for the second class please also have: a Dinner knife; a Dinner fork; a Soup spoon; a Dessert Fork; a Dessert Spoon; a Dinner plate; a Soup bowl; a Water Glass; and a Table
Ann Elizabeth Burnett, the Founder and President of Elizabeth Etiquette, holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Leadership. She is a Certified Children’s Etiquette Trainer and Certified Breakthrough Coach™. Elizabeth is also etiquette trainer to the contestants of Miss BC (British Columbia), and a mentor with Futurpreneur Canada (formerly CYBF). Elizabeth was drawn to etiquette coaching in large part due to her family history which includes a Toastmaster at a luxury hotel in London, and an etiquette advisor for visiting royalty and dignitaries. Regardless of social or economic standing, Elizabeth’s mission is to help people engage with everyone equally and respectfully. Elizabeth Etiquette will help you overcome social anxieties and improve your confidence in any situation. Elizabeth was also Etiquette Consultant to The BFG Movie, Director: Steven Spielberg.