Etiquette Express Workshop for Teens

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By Melissa Ford

Coach - Personal & Business

Instead of being the only adult in your teen’s life teaching him or her proper manners, enlist the services of Leontina Richardson of Stepping into Etiquette. Richardson believes in “bringing etiquette back to the forefront” and empowering your child to respect him/herself and others. 

  • Does your teen know the do’s and don’ts of cell phone and texting etiquette, and Facebook statuses?
  • Does your teen understand proper dining etiquette? 
  • How should your teen dress and behave to make a positive first impression? 
  • Can your teen speak a sentence without um, uh, you know, or like? (Personally, I had trouble with this department!) 

Invest in your teen’s future success by registering for the Etiquette Express Workshop for Teens this coming Saturday, May 7th or Saturday, May 21st. Interactive, informative and entertaining - your teen will learn proper social, dining and communications etiquette. With proper manners, your teen will have confidence to handle any situation.

Date: Saturday, May 7th or May 21st

Time: 9:30 am - 12 noon

Location: Forest Park Park District, 7501 Harrison Street, Forest Park, IL

To Register:www.steppingintoetiquette.com or call 630.750.5833


Contact:
Email: melissa@empoweredcoachingsolutions.com

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Stephanie Moore from Chicago  

Posted: May 6th, 2011 10:24 PM

I can't wait for Miss Richardson to teach the students at Uplift High School Etiquette so the can show their new skills during Prom.

SC from RF  

Posted: May 6th, 2011 9:07 PM

Good manners are always in style. I will be signing my kids up for this!

Kim Anderson from Chicago  

Posted: May 6th, 2011 6:06 PM

I attended Tina's Etiquette class on dining with a group of girls. The class was well organized and informative. Tina involves the girls by having them role play and engage in table conversation. I am waiting for her classes for girls under 12 so they too can learn the do's and don'ts or proper etiquette.

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