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Whether organizing a networking event, customer service training, internal workshop, or a board presentation, we can open your audience’s eyes to the transformative power of etiquette.
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KEYNOTE SPEAKING | FIRESIDE CHAT | Q&A
Beth Ingram and Kate Porfilio are not afraid to (respectfully) tell it like they see it. They are entertaining and thought-provoking speakers that will leave your audience entertained, motivated, and begging for more.
Educational | Business Seminars
We’re committed to edu-tain your audience, and provide substantive content, a compelling message as well as fun and effective business etiquette and essential life skills exercises.
If your organization needs to rise to a new level, become more socially savvy and understand the benefits of etiquette, contact us as your speaker or program facilitator. Everyone will enjoy a thought-provoking workshop experience.
CEO & Founder
Beth’s experience stems from a 30-year career in the airline industry where she has witnessed sweeping cultural shifts throughout the world, specific to customer service and hospitality. She has held numerous management and leadership positions in marketing, operational management, corporate training, and as an international flight attendant.
Certified Corporate & Children’s Etiquette Consultant
Business & Social Etiquette
Making an Impact
Specializing in essential life skills and personal development, we offer hands-on corporate training and seminars, one-on-one concierge coaching, youth camps, and public speaking engagements.
Social Skills Training
8 out of 10 Americans say a lack of courtesy is a serious problem for society
Customer Service Training
Nearly half of 2,013 people surveyed say they have walked out of a store in the past year because of bad service
91% of people polled stated that having to select from a lengthy menu before speaking to a “real” person cause them frustration, stress, anger
In business, surveys found that 40% of the people hired to be manager, fail – of those, 82% leave because of their “inability to build good relationships with peers and subordinates.”
Employees who are bullied or treated rudely at work are less productive