Barbara B. Bergstrom, the executive director of Greetings, is certified in business etiquette and international protocol from the leading school in the country. She is a sought-after consultant, trainer, author, speaker and nationally syndicated columnist. For her latest commentaries, Greetings publications and client testimonials, we invite you to explore our web pages and go to the Comments page of our web site.
In 2010, Greetings founded Eti-Keys Training Group, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to provide anti-bullying, civility and life skills programs, free-of-charge, to children age 7 to 12 and teens 13 to 18. More than 60 age-appropriate modules are available to schools, faith-based organizations and civic groups. Please join us in supporting this vital and worthy cause. Visit our web site at www.Eti-Keys.com
Voice . Image . Communications
Certified Etiquette & Protocol Specialists
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Barbara B. Bergstrom Executive Director
All communication begins with a "greeting". The positive impression you create is a reflection of your voice, image and communication skills. The mood, tone and direction of any relationship is established in the first three to five seconds.
Greetings: Voice . Image . Communications business etiquette and executive presence training is provided by certified etiquette and protocol specialists. Some experts will offer social skills training, but don't teach business etiquette. The rules are different. Enhance your career ... don't take chances.
We offer executive coaching, corporate on-boarding, C-suite and spousal programs, as well as private training and full- or half-day group seminars on professional presence, communication, dining skills, public speaking and more. We also offer programs for new hires, college students and young professionals designed to prepare them to excel in the workplace. Weekend, evening and private sessions are available off site or in-house for busy executives.
Remember, "You don't know, what you don't know, but others do."