Those that practice social graces are perceived to be more attractive, educated, and confident. Proper use of social graces attracts success.
One of the greatest gifts you can give your child is the confidence that comes from mastering social graces at an early age. The core of this workshop is a down-to-earth explanation of the customs and conduct that Western cultures expect from their citizens and leaders. Our students learn to develop a code of conduct and to establish a pattern of success that will benefit them for a lifetime.
In this interactive workshop, Teens learn how to make a positive first impression, formal and informal stance, posture, introduction, greetings, international handshakes, business card exchange, proper sitting and seating a lady, proper walking, how to enter and exit a room properly, proper wardrobe, cell phone etiquette, public social graces, and how to be a lady and a gentleman.
All training sessions are video taped as a practical training aid. This gives the student instant visual comparison of strengths and ideas for improvement.
There is a nominal administrative fee of $25 per student.
The exact workshop location will be send with your confirmation. The workshop will be near Home Depot in Canyon Country.
Grace Lee's Teen workshop done in Arizona covered by ABC TV News:
Grace Lee, International Etiquette Coach, TV interview on "5 Things Mom’s Should Never Do At The Dinner Table With Their Kids”, The Morning Blend TV, Tucson, AZ:
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Grace Lee International
Ms. Grace Lee, author, speaker, trainer, international businesswoman and Founder of Grace Lee International, teaches the proper use of social graces and international business etiquette. She is known on national TV as the international business etiquette expert.
Grace spent the first 14 years of her life in Japan. She has a certification as a John Robert Powers Finishing School instructor, and is the owner of Confidence International an international finishing school. This bi-cultural upbringing, plus her 20 years experience in international marketing and distribution, gives Grace a unique perspective on multi-cultural interactions.
She is the author of 2 etiquette books —Social Graces: Essential Tools for Successful Ladies and 7 Steps to Business Etiquette Mastery. These interactive workbooks teach the fundamentals of social graces and international business etiquette. Grace also authored her memoir, Little Caterpillar in Training: A Culture in Transition and It's Mixed Child in Post-War Japan, about growing up as an “outcast” in a prominent upper class Japanese family after World War II.
Grace’s mission is to bring back the proper use of social graces to help develop self-confidence, leadership skills and abundance in all areas of your life.
She is the Vice President and Board member of Concerned Black Men of Los Angeles, a non-profit organization that mentors youths. She also volunteers for EmpowHer, a non-profit organization that mentors young ladies to help them attend college.