Patricia is a sought-after business etiquette coach, public speaker, consultant, columnist, television and radio personality. Her focus is on kindness not to formality, relationships not rules.
Her seminars on social and professional protocol are engaging and shed new light on modern manners from business leaders, professional athletes, children and young adults in real life situations.
DINING FOR PROFITS
Breaking Bread and Building Relationships
In this fun and enlightening presentation, your audience will feel completely confident in navigating the place settings and interactions at any size table. Whether you’re having lunch with your best client or at a networking function seated with a table filled with strangers or friends, after participating in this interactive talk, all of it will feel natural and easy. Read more…
Fun Not Stuffy: What to Say and How to Act in Professional Situations to Light Up a Room, Be More Confident and Make More Money
As business professionals, we are often in situations where we interact with others at parties, networking events, seminars, conferences and even just around the office. When you know the unwritten rules of what to say and how to act, all levels of professionals from the c-suite down to the mailroom and everyone in between gets to know who you authentically are and is ready to trust you. These secret rules of etiquette show you how to have fun while impressing everyone around you, which can lead to more happiness and great job satisfaction and even more money in your pockets from getting a raise or more clients. Read more…
FROM COLLEGE TO CORPORATE
Now That You Are Ready To Enter The Workforce: The Steps to Take So You Both Fit In AND Stand Out after College
By the time you enter college and choose a major, you probably stop hearing the question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Now that you are “grown up,” you want to be sure you’re managing your identity in a way that will help you in your professional career. During this fun, engaging and interactive presentation, you’ll discover how to begin managing your identity in college and continue for a lifetime for success and happiness. Read more…
Real People, Real Life, Real Solutions.
Good manners and etiquette are important everywhere in the real world. They come into play everyday, in every way. Business meetings and banquets, sidewalks and social gatherings, graduations and grocery check-out lines. There is not an instance where decorum and kindness don’t make a significant difference.
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