Corporate Grooming and Behavior Etiquette

Our Corporate grooming and behavior etiquette program focuses on presenting oneself with finesse and making others comfortable in a corporate setting. Grooming and behavior etiquette training program focuses on presenting oneself with finesse and making others comfortable in a corporate setting , will help you project a positive image. Proper grooming and professional appearance is important to both men and women in the corporate world. As an employee, you represent your organization. The way you look and carry yourself creates impact on people in the work setting. Every organization expects its employees to be well groomed and presentable. Lack of these will lead to poor image and hinder progress in your career.
Personal grooming, hygiene, dressing and the way you conduct yourself in professional setting shows your attitude, professionalism and are key to your success. These also add confidence to your image.  Dressing and image is one part, the other is the way you treat your co-workers, the way deal with your clients and your communication skills which add to the image that you are presenting.  You must know and follow the courtesies of the business environment. It’s also important to understand the specific organization culture and act accordingly.
Strong dining skills are very important for a professional. How you handle yourself at the table, under pressure with a mouthful of food, can either positively or negatively influence a business decision. A successful business meal requires advanced skills and thoughtful planning.

Making a First Great Impression
Personal Grooming
Business Card Etiquette
Conversation Techniques
Body Language
Dining Etiquette


1:1 Training

We follow the coaching approach. The 1:1 training is proven effective as you get desired skills while getting specific detailed feedback. You can get your specific needs addressed which is not possible in a group setup.

We use a combination of power point presentations, role plays, games, activities, case studies and discussions to enhance the training effectiveness.

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