The South African School Of Etiquette

The South African School of Etiquette’s workshops teach you the soft skills to confidently interact socially and professionally. This positions you for promotion at work and a more extensive and happier social life. 99% of executives say that social skills are prerequisites to succeeding in business and social life, says Dress for Success guru John Malloy. He also found that most business executives agree that handling oneself well at a cocktail party or the dinner table is at least as important as handling oneself skillfully in a boardroom. Etiquette and protocol intelligence will position the executive for success. After all good manners go hand in hand with good leadership. Soft Skills enhance an individual’s social interaction, job performance and career prospects.

85% of job success relating to getting, keeping and advancing in a job is connected to your people skills and 15% to your technical knowledge and skills.


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Watch CEO and Co-founder Courtenay Carey’s brief introduction into Etiquette and why it is more important today than ever before.

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I discovered that as much as business people needed training for thinking on their feet, they needed far more training in the fine art of getting along and dealing with people in everyday business and social contacts. – Andrew Carnegie


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Charm is the ability to make someone think that both of you are quite wonderful – Anonymous


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The world was my oyster but I used the wrong fork. – Oscar Wilde

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