From the comfort of your home or office, ask Julie your questions about general or business-related etiquette and manners. She will answer you promptly.
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It's Friday at 11h50. Your phone rings. It's your newest client and she's in your neighborhood. She wants to invite you to lunch to celebrate.
Your proposal has been accepted. The contract has to be signed today.
Are you dressed appropriately?
When leaving home, look in a full length mirror and ask yourself: ‘If Ms. CEO or Mr. #1 Client invites me for an impromptu lunch, am I dressed appropriately?’ If your answer is yes, you pass the test. If not, turn around and change.
Julie's Contemporary Office Party guidelines
'The days of holiday office party photocopying disasters are long gone. Today's image savvy employees steer clear of the Xerox machine and try to avoid being part of the gossip circuit...
Julie demonstrates the ins and outs of dining
« I specifically found the topics of introductions (discussion of most important) and proposing toasts highly relevant and useful. The general introduction to dining was also quite informative. »
« Very informative, positive energy »
« It was lots of fun and an excellent learning environment. »
Ernst & Young LLP Etiquette Dinner