Etiquette International's corporate programs are designed to help companies
develop their employees in the fast-changing world of global business. Whether
your company is a Fortune 100 stalwart or a hot new start-up, Etiquette
International can provide your company with a program tailored to its needs.
The Outshining the Competition program is designed to address the
needs of sales and marketing executives who interact with clients in a
constant stream of meetings and business entertaining. An investment in
this program ensures that the corporation's sales and marketing executives
will be perceived in a way that reflects favorably on the company and
enhances the interpersonal relationships so crucial to sales success. more info ...
The Becoming World-Class program is designed for senior executives and
those rapidly ascending the corporate ladder who interact not only with
clients, but also with bankers, lawyers, investors and the media as well as with
the employees who keep the wheels of industry humming smoothly. It is
designed for those executives who must represent their company favorably in
The Coming to America program is designed for business executives from other cultures who are being relocated to the USA. Participants learn to understand and to adapt to American business culture without sacrificing their own culture.
The Interacting in the Global Business Arena program, either in country-specific or generic format, is designed to help international business travelers negotiate the intricacies of business abroad with the same ease and confidence that they would at home. The many little faux pas that undermine international business ventures can be circumvented with an investment in this program.
One-on-one executive coaching programs are tailored to the specific needs of an individual. Personal coaching is ideal for:
- the industry leader who is a key player in an organization and has unique needs that would not be suitably met in a group environment
- the 'diamond-in-the-rough', technically brilliant but socially inept, who needs special attention
- a discreet way to avoid embarrassing one individual within the company