The Cleveland School of Etiquette was established to help individuals develop and sharpen their personal, professional and social skills. Etiquette is about adapting to make others feel comfortable and secure.
In a world that has become significantly more casual and perplexing, it is important to remember that there are still situations and circumstances when a particular behavior and/or dress code is expected of us. Adhering to these unwritten rules of etiquette is how we demonstrate that we belong!
We will always judge and be judged by our ability to abide by an appropriate dress code, our behavior, and our manners.
Good manners remain timeless and never go out of style.
We are committed to training individuals and groups on the lifestyle skills necessary to be effective in society today. We offer youth and young adult, adult, and business and corporate classes. Our training programs are designed to develop an inner confidence that emanates from an individual who is prepared for any setting and thrives comfortably in all venues.
We prepare our students and clients with the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct themselves with confidence, dignity, and social grace. Our corporate clients appreciate a significant advantage over their competitors and are able and qualified to take on life’s endeavors. We are a small, exclusive company by design.
Prepare for a formal affair or just enjoy your meals more with friends and family by learning these essential life skills.
Do you want to raise polite children in a rude world? It isn’t difficult once your kids master the ABC’s of good manners.
Are you ready to close more deals? Learn the do's, don’ts and best practices of business behavior and corporate protocol.
Addressing skills that are relevant to environments off the field or courts
Personal assessment is a one- or two-hour appraisal of skills: confidence, professionalism, and personal image.
An introduction to inter-person communication without being physically personal.
When we were young, our parents would introduce us to adults and say, “this is Mr. ____, or this is Miss_____ or Mrs. ____,” and we would say “hello Mrs. ______.” It was how we showed respect for an adult – someone older than us and had earned the right to be respected. We neverRead more ...
Life is showing signs of a return to the old normal. Commuters are starting to fill the highways in the mornings. We are coming out of our home offices and finding our way back to the board rooms, or are we??? This pandemic has introduced a very different way of conducting business. If you areRead more ...
When we were growing up, our mother would tell us to get up and get dressed you’ll feel better. My grandmother would say put some makeup on or run the vacuum cleaner when someone had spent too much time being sick or down. It seems rather rough today at a time when mental health appearsRead more ...