Etiquette Consulting One on One Sessions

susan ellis etiquette coach

Respect of others never goes out of style.

Modern-day life is fast-paced and sometimes feels like it has outpaced the need for etiquette.  Etiquette is the essence of good manners.  Good manners are a way that we show respect to people.

Common courtesy can be extended by most adults.  Etiquette coaching can teach you how to transform simple gestures into meaningful memories.   

Get a fresh take on tradition and feel comfortable, confident, and self-assured in any social situation, whether it is with friends, family, or work colleagues.

Susan’s coaching style is contemporary and her approach is relevant in today's modern culture.  Modern culture thrives on community, social graces, positive attitudes, and building strong, meaningful lasting relationships.   

No two clients are the same, so according to your needs and timeframe, Susan will customize a unique training plan for executives and individuals.  If you are looking to polish your presence for everyday interactions, networking, or for a special occasion.

Susan coaches clients in multiple areas such as:

  • Presentations First Impressions
  • Greetings & Introductions
  • Poise & Posture
  • Social Graces & Tact
  • Online Dating
  • Making Small Talk
  • Dining Etiquette
  • Business Etiquette

Build and Inspire Confidence

Develop sharp Social Skills to feel confident and accomplished , this sets the extraordinary apart from the ordinary by being gracious, mindful, thoughtful and smart.

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Business Networking

Face it unless you are one of those rare people who were born to network, you most likely walk into a networking event thinking "what can I get out of this?".  Learn how to become an asset and connector in any room.  Learn to work a room with ease, whether it is a cocktail party or a professional networking event.

Executive Presence

Hone your ability to inspire confidence.  Let others see you shine and understand that you are capable and reliable.  Regardless of who you inspire, be it co-workers, subordinates, or senior leaders; people will want to follow you.