Could you benefit from Dining Etiquette Training?
Does all that silverware, glassware, and china in formal dining confuse you? Where are you supposed to put your napkin when you’ve finished eating? What do you do with that piece of gristle in your mouth? What you don’t know can hurt you!
Leadership & Etiquette Dynamics offers seminars in dining etiquette that will help participants acquire the knowledge and polish to feel comfortable and self-assured in any dining situation. To enhance the learning experience, an on-site tutorial luncheon or dinner is encouraged.
A sample of the topics you will learn and put into action:
- Business Entertaining
- Utilizing Effective Business Meal Tactics
- Extending and Accepting Invitations
- Navigating Receiving Lines
- Host and Guest Duties
- Seating Guidelines
- Taking Your Seat and Napkins
- Host and Guest of Honor Duties
- Toasting – You are in the Spotlight
- Posture at the Table and Excusing Yourself
- Understanding Styles of Eating – American, Continental, Asian
- Developing Silverware Savvy
- A Visual Dining Tutorial
- Interpreting Place Setting Maps
- Deciphering the Silence Service Code
- Eating Various and Difficult Foods
- Recognizing Dining Do’s and Taboos
|Outclass the Competition – Dining Skills
|Professional Dining Savvy
|Dine Like a Diplomat
Dining Tutorials can be included in any of the dining etiquette training. A multi-course luncheon or dinner tutorial is a fun way to learn and heighten dining skills. Proper table etiquette plays an important role in presenting yourself as a polished professional.
Leadership & Etiquette Dynamics offers additional topics that can be incorporated into your customized seminar or be presented in a single workshop. Lunch and Learn is a fun way to introduce one or two topics of your choice in a series of short workshops. Also, new seminars can be created to address your specific requirements.
Training programs are customized to address your organization’s specific needs and challenges and to work within your timeframe, budget and site constraints. Also, new programs can be created to address your organization’s specific requirements.