Expeditions in Etiquette

Adult Education

Training in Business and Social Etiquette, and Professionalism.

Looking for that competitive edge?  In today’s business world, people skills is a hot commodity – but it takes more than a “great personality” to skillfully maneuver through the business environment.  Employees need training on how to represent themselves at social venues, from board meetings and business luncheons to cocktail and client appreciation parties.

Basic techniques will ensure that everyone is left feeling comfortable–no matter the situation–and that both you and your company will leave an impression of polished professionalism.

Carey Sue is available to speak to your employees at events and training classes, or to any professional organizations.  Please call 405-721-1467 or email CareySue@ExpeditionsInEtiquette.com

A few of the presentation topics available include…
•  Etiquette and the Generations – understanding ‘those guys’
•  Creating a Great Customer Service Experience
•  Business Etiquette and Professionalism
•  Navigating Lunch and Networking Events
•  First and Lasting Impressions
•  Professional Dress

Or, we will create a customized presentation…
Business Etiquette:
•  First Impressions
•  Networking
•  Introductions
•  Electronic Etiquette
•  Telephone etiquette
•  Invitations
•  Business Cards
•  Business Gifts
•  Gossip
•  Business thank-you notes
•  Business correspondence
•  Disability Etiquette
•  Dress codes for business and social events
•  Differences between Business and Social Etiquette
•  Requesting a Meeting or Conference Call

Dining Etiquette:
•  Business luncheons and dinners
•  A step-by-step guide to a formal meal
•  Tips for a Successful Lunch Meeting
•  Attending fundraisers and meal functions
•  Refreshments and Hors d’oeuvres
•  Silverware Sign LanguageTM
•  Dining Continental, American and Asian and styles

A few of Carey Sue’s clients include:
• BancFirst
• Chesapeake Energy
• Chickahsha Public School Foundation
• Citizens Bank of Edmond
• Federal Aviation Administration
• KimRay
• Metro Technology Centers
• Oklahoma Department of Developmental Disabilities
• Oklahoma Department of Human Services
• Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
• Oklahoma Museum Network
• Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics
• Oklahoma Youth Expo

Colleges and Universities: 
• Oklahoma City University
• Oklahoma State University
• Oklahoma University
• Rose State
• Seminole State College
• Southern Nazarene University
• University of Central Oklahoma

In General:  Management Teams, Young Professionals, Sales, Bankers, Realtors, Attorneys, Doctors, Entrepreneurs, Creatives


Independent Lunch Workshops, Fall 2014:

  • Business Etiquette, Tuesday, September 23, 11:30am-1:00pm, Skirvin, Downtown Oklahoma City
  • Business Etiquette, Tuesday, October 21, 11:30am-1:00pm, Quail Creek Country Club
  • Social Etiquette and Hospitable Entertaining, Tuesday, November 18, 11:30am-1:00pm, Gaillardia Country Club

During the lunch workshop, we will enjoy a three-course meal and cover topics ranging from Business Etiquette, First Impressions, the psychology behind a Handshake, Entertaining Clients over lunch/coffee, and much more.

A minimum of at least twelve (12) participants will need to be confirmed to make a specific lunch workshop feasible.  If for any reason we do not have enough participants register for a scheduled event, you will be notified five (5) business days prior to your scheduled workshop and you may either move your registration to a different date, or we will issue a refund.  Thank you for understanding. We look forward to seeing you at a lunch workshop!

Click here to register for an Independent Lunch Workshop