The Rules Have Changed: Contemporary Etiquette, Image and Savoir Vivre

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A first-time, hands-on, integrated etiquette program debuting in two European capitals. Master the skills of making niceties, handshakes and velvet propel success to the next level, both at home and abroad.

Should a man order for his female guest at a restaurant?... What if she is his boss? Do you wear jeans to work on Friday?... Fashion statement or fashion victim? With the global trend of a return to more traditional values, individuals and corporations now realize the importance of mastering the new rules to win the “social and business relationships” game.

Together, Minding Manners and La Mode - Le Club will present the first complete etiquette, image and savoir vivre program for contemporary personal and professional development with an international edge. Participants will benefit from the global, unsurpassed level of savoir-faire through an understanding of how to combine the codes of behavior and style to position oneself as credible, knowledgeable, cultured and authoritative; thereby making a positive first and lasting impression every time.

Paris and London will be the host of this unique program on November 12 & 13 and November 26 & 27. Participants will discover the in's and out's of making and keeping social and business contacts, refine their international dining and entertaining skills, gather the essential elements to put together a powerful style and even learn how to develop one’s own signature scent.

This innovative program is exclusive in its integrated approach to savoir vivre, covering all aspects of the art by instructing based on interactive participation. This unique, hands-on approach is designed to utilize all five senses, allowing each participant to walk away with a full understanding of each concept.

The program will take place in the 4-star-deluxe Millennium Hotels in central Paris and London at the rate of 360€/280£ for one day and 560€/460£ for both days, 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. The rate is inclusive of a 6-course luncheon tutorial, refreshments, afternoon tea, materials, workbooks and special take-away gifts.

The program will be led by Tamiko Zablith and Jacqueline Sablayrolles. Tamiko Zablith is a certified Etiquette & Protocol Consultant and the managing director of Minding Manners, based in Paris. Jacqueline Sablayrolles is Paris’ leading one-on-one fashion and beauty consultant and the managing director of La Mode - Le Club. Both ladies consult for international clientele from Europe, America, Asia and the Middle East.

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