“Christy has been an integral part in the teaching and also the development of a growing interest in the class,” said Kimberly Dydalewicz, president of Champions School of Real Estate.
DALLAS, TX (PRWEB) January 22, 2015
Champions School of Business Etiquette has named Christy Stratton as its statewide instructor and has joined together with her to expand their business etiquette division to other industries and markets.
The owners of Champions School of Business Etiquette chose Stratton over two years ago as an instructor for the division’s Success Through Business Etiquette course. Today Stratton teaches the course at Champions School of Real Estate’s seven campuses throughout the state of Texas. Stratton’s success in teaching the class and her passion for its curriculum and topics have all lead to this next step, as it continues with the school's commitment to provide a “complete education experience” for students and other professionals.
The Champions School of Business Etiquette division launched in January 2012 as Champions School of Real Estate’s newest educational extension. In the two years since its inception, the division has attracted nearly 2,000 students.
“There are times in careers when passions truly do align with vocation,” said Christy Stratton. “This is that time,” Stratton confirmed. “The opportunity to not only teach Success Through Business Etiquette and to also be a part of expanding the opportunity to other industries and across the nation for professionals to take this impactful class is simply a dream come true.”
“Christy has been an integral part in the teaching and also the development of a growing interest in the class,” said Kimberly Dydalewicz, president of Champions School of Real Estate and its Business Etiquette Division. “We are ecstatic about the success of the class over these two years and know that we will provide the course to many seeking and deserving professionals in the future with Christy as a part of the team.”
Stratton has more than 18 years of marketing and public relations experience spanning many different industries, including real estate, hospitality and nonprofits. Through her work, Stratton connects real estate and other industry professionals to their brand and their own personal and professional development through teaching and training, coaching, speaking with Champions School of Business Etiquette.
Success Through Business Etiquette covers all the topics that help professionals finesse their skills to help them stand out from the crowd in today’s competitive business area. Topics cover communication, dining and etiquette in the workplace. The course also covers working with personalities and strengthening your people skills. Students have the chance to polish their networking skills, better understand working with others from various cultures and learn valuable public speaking tips as well as understand time management leading to an organized and productive schedule. Many more topics are covered and students are given the time to connect with instructors and discuss topics that they may find as road blocks in their career.
“Our students continue to share rave reviews about the class,” said Kim Dydalewicz “One student shared this: I wish I would have had this class 20 years ago. It is very good for professional and personal growth,” added Dydalewicz. “The curriculum and the teaching are integral elements of the positive impact this class has for students,” said Dydalewicz.
For more information about Champions School of Business Etiquette, a division of Champions School of Real Estate, please contact Karla Lárraga by e-mail at Karla@ChampionsSchool.com or by phone at 972-967-4100.