Business & Corporate Networking Etiquette Training
"My team had the pleasure of having Tina come train them. Engagement at large events is one of their core job functions and Tina provided skills to help them feel confident in their approach, eating style, ability to communicate while enjoying a beverage and food, the ability to be inclusive in conversation and how to migrate out of one conversation and easily join another one. Tina’s approach allowed my team the ability to feel open to ask questions, be vulnerable in their communication and their takeaways for easy application in the real world were immense. I highly encourage teams, groups, companies or individuals looking to advance in their etiquette skills to give Tina a call!"
Carlie Oakley | Chief Brand Officer| www.eightelevengroup.com/careers
Networking Etiquette for Business Leaders
Tina Jesson is an advocate, coach and mentor for independent business and helps to develop brand stories, create & implement experiences that foster loyal customer relationships and builds sustainable business growth.
Tina provides professional business leadership & team training on how to be customer centric. You will have the tools and resources to successfully resolve any situation, whilst not compromising the integrity of the business. If you have an office manager or provide inhouse customer support with no formal processes in place, Tina can work with you to establish and blueprint, business performance KPI's and processes.
Tina has developed a training method which includes role play, making her training an effective, memorable & fun experience in itself.
She teaches the 5 golden rules of networking etiquette in a workplace setting, Happy Hour, dinner or lunch meeting.
Tina can come to your company site or training venue either in person or virtually. Tina trains your team on how to interact in an easy and relaxed, but professional way.
Tina's overall training goals are for you:
1. To increase your comfort and awareness with the sociable experience.
2. To increase your knowledge and familiarity with common etiquette.
3. To enhance your ability to interact with a diverse group of people in social situations.
4. To bridge the gap between business and consumer by providing access to customer experience resources that foster loyal customer relationships and sustainable business growth.
Contact Tina to discuss your requirements