- Non-Verbal Communication Skills
- Get More Productivity and Sales from the Team You’ve Got.
- The Power of Body Language
- Dining Etiquette for Business or Social Use
- Getting the Job Etiquette
- Analytical, Amiable, Driving & Expressive
- We communicate with much more than words
- Getting the Job Etiquette, i.e. communications, resume, interviewing
Constance Hoffman on social and business graces, is dedicated to providing individual professionals and executive groups the practical and informative etiquette skills needed to succeed in today’s social and business world.
Whether needing to brush up on your personal dining etiquette protocol, refining your pose, grace and social skills, or training your sales team on doing business properly through email and over the telephone, Social and Business Graces provides programs to fit your individual needs.
She provides personalized, informative and reliable service.
She will fit your topic/s to match your industry, your business, and your requirements.
The end result will improve awareness, add self-confidence, and enhance everyday life, both business and social.
Clients and events like those listed below are perfect for this training:
Hotel and DMC sales staff
Corporate board meetings
Incentive travel planners and program managers
Corporate based team events
Bad manners could spoil a corporate image, hamper a deal, impede mobility; good manners can make a competitive difference.
Develop a Memorable Style
Maximize your Strongest Assets
Bridge the Generation Gap
Nonverbal communication, or body language, includes our facial expressions, gestures, eye contact, posture, and even the tone of our voice.
The ability to understand and use nonverbal communication is a powerful tool that will help you connect with others, express what you really mean, navigate challenging situations, and build better relationships at home and work.
First impressions are made in 7-10 seconds with most time spent without words
Body language accounts for 60-80% of the impact made around a negotiating table
Make eye contact 40-60% of the time during an exchange
Non-verbal communication, or body language, is a vital form of communication. When we interact with others, we continuously give and receive countless wordless signals. All of our nonverbal behaviors – the gestures we make, the way we sit, how fast or how loud we talk, how close we stand, how much eye contact we make – send strong messages.
The way you listen, look, move, and react tell the other person whether or not you care and how well you’re listening. The nonverbal signals you send either produce a sense of interest, trust, and desire for connection -or they generate disinterest, distrust, and confusion
Whatever your business, you will learn to read the nonverbal signals of other people and enhance your own ability to communicate effectively.
Satisfied group clients:
American Jewish University
California State Northridge
UEI College of Business –
Numerous UCLA Sororities
Pacific Palisades Junior Women’s Club
Milkin Family Foundation National Educator Awards
Chef’s Inc. – Santa Monica
City Of Santa Monica,
Society of Incentive Travel Executives
Legacy Artists of Palm Springs
My Beauty Camp
Palos Verdes Junior Girl Scout Troop
National Association of Catering Executives
Clothes the Deal – Dress to Impress Workshop