Trailblazing company, The Art of Etiquette, announced that it has been accredited by the Botswana Training Authority. According to a press release, the company provides the first of its kind training in Botswana and was inspired by a desire to improve Botswana’s business outlook.
“Established in January 2013, The Art of Etiquette provides training for employees in the art of building solid, productive and professional relationships with business associates and colleagues,” the press release says.”It aspires to distinguish itself as Botswana’s first in business and disability etiquette training by introducing and refreshing people’s awareness and helps them better connect in business settings by reinforcing accepted norms and standards for the modern world in a fun and interactive training environment.” As Botswana strives to become a world diamond center, this training can prepare individuals and companies to provide excellent service delivery through internationally accepted norms of behavior.
Company spokesperson, Olivia Britz, says knowing how to behave in the workplace can make the difference between getting ahead and getting left behind.”Today, more than ever, good manners mean good business and first impressions are and always will be lasting impressions,” she notes. “Our training will help employees handle daily situations that are essential to professional and personal success, from making long lasting contacts to winning clients and closing deals.”Britz says the training has numerous potential benefits to organizations, among them increased productivity, creativity, opportunity, and enhanced employee relations.”Success in any industry relies on relationships, whether with co-workers, clients, suppliers or investors,” she explains.”When you’re well-mannered and considerate in dealing with others, you create engaging, productive and long-term business relationships. “It is therefore important to learn, not just the technical side of a business, but how to conduct oneself in the company of others. This is where business etiquette comes in. Our workshops will introduce participants to business etiquette and provide guidelines for the practice of business etiquette across different situations.”But why does any person or company need training in etiquette? “Making that Great First Impression_,” comes the answer. “If you want to make a good impression, know that you need to project three Cs: Confidence, Competence and Credibility.”So kindly let The Art of Etiquette train you and your staff in Creating an Effective Introduction, Cell Phone Dos and Don’ts, Business Introductions, Electronic Communication, Business Travel, The Office Party, Grooming, Cubicle manners and many more etiquette essentials.”
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