Children who want to stand out to their favourite schools and institutions
Business executives who want to impress clients, network, and move up the ladder
Public figures and their cohorts
Individuals who want to elevate their relationships
Those who love hosting or do it often
Etiquette is good for your health:
“Speaking on appropriate manners for both social and business situations,
Earle enumerated the benefits of civility to the individual and the community. Citing research from Johns Hopkins University, Earle noted that general politeness correlates with such positive cardiological and neurobiological effects as low blood pressure.”
Cornell lecturer Brian O. Earle
You make more money with these lifetime skills.
“People with a high degree of emotional intelligence make more money – an average of $29,000 more per year than people with a low degree of emotional intelligence,” according to Forbes.
According to the HRDQ, etiquette:
Generates a base level of mutual respect.
Improves communication between employees
Creates a baseline interaction with those of other cultures
Improves business image
you were born extraordinary.
So why are you trying to fit in?
No more social anxiety, awkward moments, or accidentally rubbing people the wrong way
No more not knowing what to say, wear, or do socially or professionally
Instantly stand out with confidence and ease with social intelligence
what people are saying
Gia G. Dixon
Founder of Dixon Etiquette &
ILM Certified Etiquette Consultant
under Royal Charter of His Majesty King Charles III