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Learn to increase your social quotient by banking on a free Mini-Summit on Business Etiquette.  You will receive five weekly sessions in the nuances of persuasion, image perception and social skills and their impact for your success.





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Is it valid to say that you and your company can afford:

  • The intentional diminished productivity that results in 48% of employees being rudely treated in the workplace?
  • Workplace rudeness costs employers an average of $50,000 a worker?
  • 93% of miscommunication is in business?

With your permission, please consider the overt enhancements: The establishment of a positive “customer” relationship resulting in repeat business as they begin to feel an established rapport and realize you and your organization’s value.

As that suggestion finds its mark consider the covert enhancements: Research by the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School has proven “Workplace Incivility Can Damage Bottom Line.”  The application of business etiquette skills improves morale and increases work productivity and efficiency resulting in better communication.

Perhaps beginning to notice that in you, your front line executives or your employees are not utilizing the subtle nuances of their “soft” skills to the best of their ability.     When would NOW be a good time to start applying powerful business etiquette, overtly and covertly, to enhance your company’s bottom line or what I call “Eti-onmics.”

The Protocol Praxis, LLC, integrates business etiquette and coaching with the science of silent communication and paralanguage listening allowing the client complete access to valid psychological as well as scientific applications of etiquette to business and social skills.