From backpack to briefcase

Develop the interpersonal skills of your graduates
It is the best return on investment for you and them

Begin your career with the social skills that give success

What is expected of employees from day one, but that no one taught them

Today’s young graduates are more educated than ever.

They are eager and ready to conquer the world.

But do they know the codes and behaviors needed to earn a first job?

And what about basic manners?

Do they know how to go from their graduation ball to their first job?

Cheaper than their prom, during a dynamic workshop, they will learn what they need to know to shine during that first job interview?

“Canadians expect to spend an average of $ 804 for their graduation ball.”- Visa Canada Survey

At the end of the program, the future graduate will be confident, ready to realize and stand out from the competition.

You want to build a full training program? Discover our other training themes.

Contact us, pour personnaliser programme selon vos objectifs et besoins.

Invest in them and in your future success.

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SUBSIDIES AND GRANTS

Vocational and professional training activities may be eligible for training grants to assist employees or employers in the development of individual competencies or for mandatory professional continuing education. Check with a government representative, your superior, a human resources representative, your professional order, your associations or your accountant.

Develop the interpersonal skills that are necessary for success

 

WHY?

  • Increase their self-esteem, confidence and fluency in interpersonal skills
  • Encourage positive interactions
  • Build a positive image

TOPICS?

atelier,  bonnes manières,  civilité,  conférence,  cours,  diversité, étiquette,  étiquette des affaires,  étiquette professionnelle,  formation,  image,  Julie Blais Comeau,  livre,  porte-parole,  professionnalisme,  protocole,  question d’étiquette,  règles, situations délicates,  spécialiste de l’étiquette

  • Greeting, introducing one self and others according to protocol
  • Conversing and mingling
  • Communicating correctly: in person, on the phone, in emails and text messages or on social media and videoconferencing
  • Role-playing interviews
  • Thanking
  • Following up
  • Dining etiquette
  • Walking graciously and confidently
  • And much more

WHOM?

atelier,  bonnes manières,  civilité,  conférence,  cours,  diversité, étiquette,  étiquette des affaires,  étiquette professionnelle,  formation,  image,  Julie Blais Comeau,  livre,  porte-parole,  professionnalisme,  protocole,  question d’étiquette,  règles, situations délicates,  spécialiste de l’étiquette

  • Graduates of all ages
  • Youth in extra-curricular activities and associations
  • Graduating classes

 

 

 

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