Join us, in a series of presentations designed for each client, as we examine the life well considered and the consideration we show others.

In presentations and discussions designed for each client, our programs address: The Art of Introduction — how we say hello and introduce ourselves correctly and effectively; The Art of Conversation— what we say, when we say it, and how we say it; The Art of Correspondence— the art of note and letter writing. The Art of Dining Well is discussed in detail. The breaking of bread with others defines our humanity and the ritual of dining comes to each generation rich with the accumulation of refined movements, utensils, taboos, and the simple pleasure of sharing another's company.

Understanding the variance of in social and professional settings demonstrates knowledgeable sensitivity to those with whom we interact. Business Protocol— The art of interviewing for a new position with discernment and self confidence, of attending and presiding over meetings effectively, of understanding the nuances of business protocol are all fundamental to successful interaction with friends and colleagues in the workplace.

Today, we are measuring acceptable and unacceptable behavior as we live in a world increasingly defined by our access to cyberspace. We determine our success not only by adroitly maneuvering through the Internet, supplemented by the continuous use of cellular telephones, but also by our capability to communicate directly with others, sensitive to all verbal and nonverbal cues we receive.

"Life is not so short but that there is always time enough for courtesy."
Ralph Waldo Emerson

Recent surveys continue to tell us we are rude! Our days are filled with proliferating technology. We move quickly, respond quickly and are increasingly stressed. It appears civility is suffering, and we are dealing with road rage and loud cell conversations daily.

To communicate well is possibly the most important skill an individual can develop. Verbal and non-verbal communication cues define who we are, what we think, how we view others, and how we view ourselves. Our consideration of others and the consideration we show ourselves define who we are individually, and who we are becoming collectively. Those who enjoy success are those who communicate well and exhibit an informed and inherent consideration of others.