Welcome to Etiquette Principles

Etiquette is not about stuffy rules. It’s about creating premium relationships and gaining confidence in all business situations.

The mission of Etiquette Principles is to provide companies with high-quality training seminars. We exist to help the best companies grow through employee development. Skills are taught to help increase sales, build better relationships, give confidence and create a strong company culture.

In a climate where connections matter, your company can’t afford to get by with an average group of employees. You need the best. People skills CAN be taught. We will show you how.

The top companies in America understand that their people drive company results. Bottom line, you want your employees creating the best possible reputation for your company and for their individual success. Etiquette Principles will teach you how to outclass and outshine your competition.

Let Etiquette Principles train your employees to interact with their co-workers, prospects and clients with top shelf manners and confidence.

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  • Etiquette in a global economy

    The business world extends the globe and so should your etiquette and cultural knowledge. Let us teach you about relevant cultural differences, including greetings, gift giving and guidelines doing business with other countries and cultures. More...

  • Table manners matter

    How much do you and your team really know about place settings, utensil handling, wine selecting, course ordering, etc.? We're here to help. More...

  • Communication plays a huge role

    Whether it is returning a phone call, following up on a request, listening intently or sticking to a commitment, Etiquette Principles will guide you through the basics. More...

Latest Blog Posts

  • Jul 01, 2014
    Red, White and Blue

    Independence Day commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, declaring independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain. It’s one of my favorite holiday’s as it’s commonly associated with fireworks, parades, barbeques…

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  • Jun 20, 2014
    Communication Faux Pas

    1.)    When you make a phone call, state your first and last name along with your company. Not everyone will know you by first name- so make it easy on others and clearly state your name.

    2.)   …

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  • Jun 16, 2014
    LinkedIn Tips for Success

    1.)    Develop legitimate connections. Take the time to write a short, personalized note to the person expressing why you want to connect and who you know in common. 

    2.)    Build a relationship.…

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  • May 27, 2014
    Prayer Etiquette in Business

    I was recently asked in a seminar if it’s appropriate to say grace at a business meal. There is a time and place to pray and I feel that a business meeting is not one of them. Everyone has their own religious beliefs…

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