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Welcome to Click on...Etiquette®

An Unrivaled Competitive Edge...

Click on...Etiquette® teaches what industry professional journals fail to teach and begins where common sense ends: the ability to manage the complexities of human-to-human contact. With a fully developed skill set in interpersonal relations, the professional has an unrivaled competitive edge, leaving the unpolished professional to continually remain at status quo in connections, achievement, sales and advancement.

Think of Click on...Etiquette® as a “power lunch,” where you can satisfy your appetite for goal achievement. In an atmosphere that puts you in touch with powerful concepts, you will learn to tailor and understand diverse business relationships.

The Foundation for All Exchange...

Professionals at all organizational levels need a firm grasp of techno-etiquette, ethics and diplomacy in the workplace, the skills of networking, sensitivity to diversity and disabilities as well as a sense of style for conducting business in social settings. As the foundation for all human exchange, these “soft” skills cannot be intelligently dismissed as irrelevant in business.

Curriculum Matched to your Needs...

Click on...Etiquette® presents two distinct professional-level continuing education programs: the Click Automotive Protocol School® and the Click Business Protocol School®. Each program condenses a set of lifetime social and business skills that facilitate profitable interaction and refine the non-technical soft skills behind every trade and profession. We will consult with you to assess your needs and formulate a curriculum that will reach your objectives.

Industry Specialization

  • Banking
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Hospitality

Click on...Etiquette® also designs customized courses for other industries.

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