Grace and Charm for Linguists II - Dining Etiquette

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Course summary
Availability:This training is available on-demand

Duration: 60 minutes.

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Language:English
Summary:Learn the proper etiquette to be used when networking with direct clients, agencies and fellow linguists in a variety of business settings. Etiquette and formalities are still important in our global market.
Description
Like all other professionals, In this two-hour presentation, learn how to use proper etiquette when networking with both direct clients, agencies and fellow linguists at seminars, conferences, dinner meetings and other networking events. This course is co-presented by Suzanne Deliscar, a lawyer-linguist, and Walethia Aquil, CEO and Owner of Grace and Charm LLC, an etiquette and personal development company based in the United States. The Grace and Charm Success System is a proprietary system designed to provide professionals with the training in proper business decorum and protocols in a step by step process that will enhance any professionals ability to win (be successful) in establishing meaningful relationships with upscale clientele and decision makers.

Part I focuses on Networking Etiquette. Part II focuses on Dining Etiquette.
Target audience
Freelancers and outsourcers who are interested in learning the etiquette skills that will refine and boost their networking capabilities.
Learning objectives
In this webinar, you will learn how to become the successful business person, perfect lady or gentleman and distinguish yourself from your colleagues and competitors, multiplying your earning potential, and increasing career opportunities.
Prerequisites
No prerequisites.
Program
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• Effective Business Meal Tactics
• Host and Guest Duties (Who Pays)
• Silverware Savvy-avoid fork faux pas
• Styles of Eating-American and Continental
• The Silent Service Code
• Receiving Line
• Hosting the Business Lunch/Dinner
• Eating Various Foods
• The Do’s and Don’ts of Dining
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Price: 20.00 USD

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Trainer
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Bio: Speaker ~ International Author ~ Entrepreneur ~ Branding Coach
“Transforming professionals from Invisible to Impeccable”

Walethia Aquil, CEO of Grace and Charm, is a dynamic ball of innovative fire who can help you jump start your business and your brand via her Grace and Charm Success System signature products.

Her mission: “To equip entrepreneurs with the skills, training and information necessary to ensure that their personal and professional image does not distract from the productiveness of their professional efforts.”

For over 25 years, she has coached business leaders and teams, politicians, entertainers, beauty pageant winners, and society’s elite. She has helped thousands of people to boost their confidence, and to improve their bottom lines and their business and personal relationships via television, radio, seminars and personal coaching.
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Grace and Charm for Linguists II - Dining Etiquette

Olga Staroverova
Russian Federation
Local time: 21:27
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Culture specific?Apr 2, 2012

Does your webinar cover the US practices?

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Suzanne Deliscar Identity Verified
Canada
Local time: 13:27
Member (2009)
Spanish to English
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American vs. Continental Apr 3, 2012

Dear Olga,

Thank you for your post and interest in the course. The Dining Etiquette portion of the series does include dining etiquette from the American perspective. However, table etiquette norms from both the American and Continental standards are also discussed.

Suzanne Deliscar


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Olga Staroverova
Russian Federation
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thanksApr 18, 2012

It's a very interesting topic for people new to cultures that are all genuinely food-centered in a unique kind of way.

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Armorel Young Identity Verified
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German to English
I'm confusedApr 18, 2012

It says "Duration: 60 minutes" in the heading and "In this two-hour presentation..." immediately below that. So is it one hour or two?

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Each part of the training is 1 hour longApr 18, 2012

Dear Armorel,

Please note that this presentation is divided in 2 parts, and each is 1 hour long. Hope this explains!

Best regards,
Alejandro


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Olga Staroverova
Russian Federation
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more to come? May 14, 2012

I would be interested in the region of Southeast Asia.

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Suzanne Deliscar Identity Verified
Canada
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Dining Etiquette in Southeast AsiaMay 19, 2012

Hi Olga,

I will have my co-host, Walethia Aquil, of Grace and Charm LLC, respond to your request.

Suzanne Deliscar


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graceandcharm
Local time: 13:27
Southeast Asia-Dining SkillsMay 22, 2012

Olga Staroverova wrote:

I would be interested in the region of Southeast Asia.


Hello Ms. Staroverova,

Thank you for your inquiry. I'm not an expert in Southeast Asia dining etiquette.

Here are two resources that may be helpful.

http://www.kwintessential.us/translation/articles/translate-businesscard.html
http://www.japanprint.com/foreignlanguagebusinesscards.html

Please let me know if I can be of assistance to you.

With Grace and Charm,
Walethia


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Olga Staroverova
Russian Federation
Local time: 21:27
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thanksSep 27, 2012

Thank you for your list of links. I've saved them for future reference. I really liked this one://www.kwintessential.us/translation/articles/translate-businesscard.html

[Edited at 2012-09-27 06:56 GMT]


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