Classes for Groups

Classes for Groups

Do you have an existing group, organization, department, or team that could use lessons in manners, communication, or business etiquette? Everyday Manners offers workshops, classes in a series, and seminars to address a variety of common issues.

From the topics listed below, a customized program will be developed to fit the needs of your group. It can be adapted to be a series of classes (highly recommended for youth), a workshop (half or full day), or a seminar (90-120 minutes). Each include lessons, real-life characterizations, role-playing, and discussions. We will work with you to determine which program is the best fit for your group and tailor the content to meet your needs.

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CommonCourtesyTip#4 If you must be attached to your cell phone, please turn it on vibrate when at an event/meeting/meal with others. You can keep it in your lap and discreetly check when necessary. It's disrespectful to others to keep it audible. #MannersMatter #phonesoff #LITA

Love one another...what's the alternative. ❤ #LoveIsTheAnswer #mannersmatter #EverydayManners

CommonCourtesyTip#3 When spreading your holiday cheer this season, remember not all are in a celebratory mood. Be cognizant of those mourning losses and those who are alone. #kindnessmatters #mannersmatter #happyholidays #LoveIsTheAnswer #everydaymanners #smilesandhugshelp

CommonCourtesyTip#2 Generally, the far left lane on an expressway/interstate is for passing, not setting the speed limit. Please allow others to get where they need to go. #slowertrafficstayright #mannersmatter #loveistheanswer #LITA

CommonCourtesyTip#1 It's cold & flu season. If you are coughing, sneezing, or ill in any way, it's your responsibility to NOT spread your ailments. Cough & sneeze into the bend of your arm. Keep your hands away from your face and wash them often. #mannersmatter #loveistheanswer

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