Social Etiquette Training Course in Kenya

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About This Social Etiquette Training Course  in Kenya

Social Etiquette Course in Kenya

Etiquette can be defined as a code of polite conduct. When you practice social etiquette, you are less likely to annoy or offend people – instead you can charm them. The truth is that there are accepted behaviours in different social situations. If you put them in practice you can create a big difference in your personal and professional life. The basic rules of social etiquette include having good manners.

No matter who you are in the community, you have to communicate throughout. Therefore, you have to be a good communicator. This is because you will be sharing a lot of information, raising your children, and even winning others to your side. You need to know how to hold decent conversations and dialogue.

It is a good idea to approach any social situation with confidence and arrive in a polished version of you. You do not want to be tongue-tied in the dinner party, thinking about the spoon to use first. Probably you think you need to overhaul your personal image again or your body language keeps letting you down.

Social etiquette is more than saying “thank you” and “please” and holding your spoon correctly. It is an important part of treating others with empathy, integrity, and respect. You only have one chance to make the first impression. Thus, you need the knowledge and skills to sail you through any given social situation.

Who Should Attend This Social Etiquette Training Course in Kenya Workshop

This Social Etiquette Training Course in Kenya workshop is ideal for anyone who would like to gain a strong grasp and improve their Social Etiquette.

  • All Staff Within An Organisation

  • Managers

  • Team Leaders

  • Executives

  • Assistants

  • Officers

  • Secretaries

Group Size For This Social Etiquette Training Program in Kenya

The ideal group size for this Social Etiquette course in Kenya is:

  • Minimum: 5 Participants

  • Maximum: 15 Participants

Course Duration For This Social Etiquette Skills Course in Kenya

The duration of this Social Etiquette Training Course in Kenya workshop is 2 full days. Knowles Training Institute Kenya will also be able to contextualised this workshop according to different durations; 3 full days, 1 day, half day, 90 minutes and 60 minutes.

  • 2 Full Days

  • 9 a.m to 5 p.m

Social Etiquette Training Course in Kenya Benefits

Below is the list of course benefits of our Social Etiquette Training Course in Kenya

  1. Enhance your relationships
  2. Control your emotions
  3. Improve your personal image
  4. Get the support you need
  5. Develop skills for success
  6. Become a better leader
  7. Improve your communication skills

Social Etiquette Training Course in Kenya Objectives

Below is the list of course objectives of our Social Etiquette Training Course in Kenya

  1. Understand why social etiquette matters and how it can be improved in the workplace
  2. Know different components of social-etiquette that include behaviour, communication, and appearance
  3. Understand how to read the body language of others
  4. Learn how to make good first impression and how to dress properly
  5. Understanding the challenges of introducing people in social situations and remembering their names
  6. Improve your art of conversation both on phone and in-person
  7. Appreciate how your personal style influences your communication style
  8. Explore social etiquette of various countries and cultures
  9. Understand how to deal with ethical issues, difficult people, and personal issues
  10. Know how to behave in a wide range of social situations
  11. Understand the do’s and don’ts of online etiquette
  12. How to meet people from different cultures and countries
  13. Describe inappropriate and appropriate behaviour in different workplace setting

Course Content For This Social Etiquette Training Course in Kenya

Below is the list of course content of our Social Etiquette training course in Kenya

  1. How manners matter in social gatherings and situations
  2. How to make a great impression at the first time
  3. Having a personal touch through reflection, handshake, and polite conversation
  4. Understanding how manners impact the online world and email etiquette
  5. Global etiquette and understanding different cultures
  6. Dining etiquette
  7. How to deal with various challenges professionally including difficult people
  8. Creating an action plan based on reflections
  9. Social entertainment in the right way
  10. How to deal with confidential issues
  11. How to accommodate colleagues and friends with a disability

Social Etiquette Training Course in Kenya Value Added Materials

Each participant will receive the following materials for the Social Etiquette course in Kenya

Social Etiquette Training Course in Kenya Learner’s Guide

Social Etiquette Training Course in Kenya Handouts

Social Etiquette Course in Kenya PPT Slides Used During Course

Social Etiquette Training Course in Kenya Certification

Each course participant will receive a certification of training completion

Course Fees For Social Etiquette Course in Kenya

There are 4 pricing options available for this Social Etiquette training course in Kenya. Course participants not in Kenya may choose to sign up for our online Social Etiquette training course in Kenya.

  • USD 679.97 For a 60-minute Lunch Talk Session.
  • USD 259.97 For a Half Day Course Per Participant.

  • USD 419.97 For a 1 Day Course Per Participant.

  • USD 569.97 For a 2 Day Course Per Participant.

  • Discounts available for more than 2 participants.

Course Discounts, Fundings & Subsidies

We have the following discounts, fundings & subsidies for this Social Etiquette training course in Kenya

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Our subject matter experts stimulate discussions, generates ideas, foster curiosity and excitement among all of our training participants. All of our trainers have a minimum of 10-20 years in the training industry.

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        Etiquette in more simple words is good behaviour which separates human beings from animals. Etiquette refers to acting in a socially responsible way. Etiquette guides the way a responsible individual should behave in society.
        Basic Social Etiquette: Basic rules of proper etiquette are frequently the golden rule with common sense. The golden rule is to be punctual – No one wants to wait for others who are always late.
        Etiquette can be described as formal social manners and rules that are observed in social or professional settings. An example of etiquette is the practice of writing a thank you note.
        It helps us give respect and consideration to others and makes others glad that we are with them. The characteristics of polite society would soon disappear without proper manners and etiquette, and we would behave more like animals than people.
        Basic rules of proper etiquette are frequently the golden rule with common sense. The golden rule is to be punctual – No one wants to wait for others who are always late.
        Social graces are skills used to interact respectfully in social situations. They include manners, etiquette (the specific accepted rules within a culture for the application of basic manners), manners and fashion.
        Etiquette can be described as formal social manners and rules that are observed in social or professional settings. An example of etiquette is the practice of writing a thank you note.
        Basic Etiquette Listen Before Speaking. Speak with Kindness and Caution. Do Not Criticize or Complain. Be Punctual. Be yourself – and let others treat yourself with respect. Say “Thank You” Give Genuine Compliments. Do not be Boastful, Arrogant or Loud.
        These are business etiquette rules that will help you avoid awkward situations. Give cues that show you're paying attention. Introduce others. Send customized, handwritten Thank You notes. Pay attention to names. Greet everyone. Offer a handshake and make eye contact.
        Etiquette provides the form or structure within which good manners function is a code of gentlemanly conduct based on social acceptance and efficiency. On the other hand, manners are polite behaviours that show a position of consideration, kindness and respect for others.
        Understand how to behave when greeting an extended family at the dining table, after office hours with friends, and when arriving back home in the night. Everyone in your life wants to see you at your best. Therefore, learn acceptable behaviour in all sorts of social situations.
        Phone Etiquette Answer the call within three rings. Immediately introduce yourself. Speak clearly. Only use speakerphone when needed. Proactively listen and take notes. Use proper language. Remain cheerful. Ask permission from someone before placing on hold or transferring a call.
        Manners and Etiquette: Honour, kindness, and consideration constitute the basis of good manners and good citizenship. Etiquette becomes the expression of manners. The rules of etiquette cover behaviour in talking, acting, living, and moving; i.e. every type of interaction and every situation.
        It can be tough to change bad etiquette habits. Hence it would help to let others know you are working on changing your bad habits so they can give you a gentle reminder when you fall into old habits. Do not fall into the temptation of defending bad behaviour.
        The basis of proper etiquette is behaviour that is allowed as gracious and polite in social, professional, and family situations. Excellent manners can mean the difference between success and failure in many aspects of life.
        Proper etiquette includes having decent conduct be it in dressing; at a meeting or a social gathering; eating and drinking; interacting with colleagues subordinates, seniors and clients.
        Professional etiquette is an unspoken code of conduct regarding the communications among the members in a business setting. If proper professional etiquette is used, all concerned can feel more comfortable, and things tend to flow more smoothly.
        Social grace includes things like: Giving proper introductions to people. Listening and not interrupting in conversation. Maintaining proper telephone etiquette. Not putting the foot in the mouth Having good table manners.
        Social graces cover our habit of manners in daily life - a way of doing things. Manners is a human behaviour developed from the way one was brought up. Practising good manners gives improved self-confidence, dignity, self-respect, and makes people react to you in a fantastic way.
        Lacking social graces generally occurs when one steps outside above his or her class. It can also occur to people with anxiety or those who come from areas where social etiquette is exceptionally relaxed. It essentially means a person lacks proper social etiquette.
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