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AMERICA'S TIME OUT FOR YOUTH
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POISE . GRACE . GROOMING
The ability to compete in today's fast-paced world involves the knowledge of social grace and protocol. Good manners are the foundation of proper etiquette and shows respect for others and self, consistency and trustworthiness. Further, good manners gives young people of all ages an opportunity to learn and practice leadership skills - now and for the rest of their lives. Our social etiquette program helps young people build confidence, self-esteem and assist with future growth. Often times there are special situations where they might feel uncomfortable or self-conscious because they do not know what to say, how to say it or do not know what to do such as . . . “which fork to use.”
America’s Time Out for Youth’s Social Etiquette program is a program that assist youth in developing a personal style and grace and teach them the skills that will help them to become self-assured and ready to compete successfully in today’s world. Knowing how to handle themselves in difficult situations and being well versed on social etiquette will become one of their most valued assets.
Etiquette Communication Skills Personal Growth
Proper dining Meet and Greet guidelines Self Confidence
Properly setting the table Importance of handshakes Attitude Enhancement
Proper use of eating utensils Conversation Techniques Organizational Skills
Appropriate table conversations Listening Skills Positive Thinking and Self Talk
Manners in public places Speech and Voice Projection Goal Setting
Special occasion protocol Correct Grammar Usage Grooming / Personal Hygiene
Phone Etiquette (also cell phone) Appropriate Dressing
Non-Verbal Conversation / First Impressions Make-up and Skin Care
Through our Mind Your Manners Etiquette Program we equip girls and young women with social graces and help them to realize that proper etiquette often equates to their competence. Harvard University Stanford Research Institute and Carnegie Foundation states that "85% of our career success depends on social skills."
Mind Your Manners Social Etiquette Program