The Memphis chapter of the American Marketing Association is having a networking event from
Although "school is out" for all of us right now, during non-pandemic times, seminars are facilitated by Penny Aviotti, also known as “Ms. Corporate Manners,” a certified Intercultural Etiquette and Protocol Trainer by The Protocol School of Washington, the only-accredited protocol and etiquette school in the nation that is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Aviotti also is a certified Bridges Out of Poverty trainer specializing in “Hidden Rules at Work,” a workshop that examines the correlation between an individual's resources and his or her promotion and success in the workplace. Her seminars garnered the 2019 Best of Memphis Award in the category of Etiquette and Training Services.
Seminars and Consulting
Hidden Rules at Work, an interactive seminar that explores how economic backgrounds can influence perspectives, resources and attitude:
*Explores unspoken habits and cues of a group
*Examines your own hidden rules and the danger of taking for granted that your rules are for everyone.
*Gains insight into the taken-for-granted knowledge needed to survive in various socio-economic classes.
Business and Social Etiquette:
*How to distinguish yourself from the competition
*How to make an entrance and work the room
*Handshaking, the ultimate greeting
*Introducing yourself and others
*Eye signals and mingling proficiency
*Professional etiquette for the digital workplace
Best conducted during a three-course meal, includes:
*Effective business meal tactics
*Host and guest duties
*Styles of eating – American and European/Continental
*The silent service code
*Dining do’s and don’ts
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