Webinar: Golden Rules of Etiquette for Business Events

Thomas,RosanneOur American Management Association New Media Team will be doing a webinar with Rosanne J. Thomas author of Excuse Me: The Survival Guide to Modern Business Etiquette, on December 7th. She will be discussing the art of good manners during company events such as conferences and holiday celebrations. It’s the perfect way to learn what to do as well as what not to do in a relaxed, yet professional, setting.

Golden Rules of Etiquette for Business Events

Thursday, December 7th, 2017

12:00 PM – 1:30 PM ET

Price: $199


From holiday celebrations to conferences, team dinners and corporate retreats — work events are often held in a relaxed, yet professional, environment. These gatherings offer a wonderful opportunity to connect with coworkers and interact with power-players, but they can be disastrous to your career if you don’t mind your manners.

Yet few of us are trained in the art of good manners at such gatherings.

That is where this webinar comes in. For 90 minutes, you will learn how to present yourself to impress at conferences, meetings, networking events, cocktail parties and other social gatherings.

You’ll gain practical insight into what to do, how to do it and especially what to avoid.

You never know who you might meet. Having good business manners may make the difference between advancing your career and missing out on a valuable opportunity.

Click HERE to sign up for the webinar

ExcuseMeROSANNE J. THOMAS is founder and president of Protocol Advisors, Inc., specialists in providing business etiquette training to professionals at respected organizations from Tiffany & Co. to Boeing. She also helps prepare students at top colleges and universities to achieve the highest degree of workplace success. She lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

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