Tuesday, July 03, 2012

Because one of the biggest issues facing women today is not knowing how to greet socially prominent government, military, and religious officials...

I came across this piece of pure gold today. I just had to share it with you. The people of the 22nd Senate District of New York must be mighty pleased that their taxpayer dollars are being put to such good use. 

Senator Martin Golden invites you to:

Refresh your Business Etiquette and Social Protocol Skills!

Senator Marty Golden  is proud to present the “ Polished Professional”  summer series to his female constitutients in the Bay Ridge area.   Throughout the borough of Brooklyn, professional women will meet during the summer of 2012 after work for a chance to enjoy a wine and cheese reception while they ‘refresh’ their knowledge of what’s new in 21st century business etiquette and social protocol.   Presented by Phillipa Morrish, Certified Protocol Consultant and President of Etiquette Training International, the sessions are interactive and fun.

HANDSHAKES AND INTRODUCTIONS:  The rules have changed.  Correctly introduce self and others to: religious leaders, politicians, military and other socially prominent officials.  Differences in American and Continental rules governing handshakes and introductions.  The pros and cons of ‘mirroring’ during introductions.  Handshakes as a business assessment tool….and much more.

POSTURE AND DEPORTMENT: Walking with books on the head is outdated.  Our certified consultant will be demonstrating walking in a way to emanate a powerful presence and much more.

Date: Tuesday, July 24th, 2012 Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm Venue: The Bay Ridge Manor, 476 - 76th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11209

Who is Phillipa Morrish? 

According to her website: Mrs. Morrish is a certified Protocol Consultant who has successfully taught business and social etiquette programs to adults and teens since 1999.  She has taught a wide cross section of society, ranging from professionals such as Federal Correction Officers in Brooklyn, New York, to tweens and  teens in Clermont, Florida.  She has also conducted workshops for private clubs such as the Ladies Hibernians group in Brooklyn, New York as well as for public audiences on Brooklyn's BCAT television, sponsored by Councilman Mathieu Eugene.  Mrs. Morrish teaches etiquette to high school seniors at private schools such as the Fontbonne Hall Academy and has also taught at Adelphi Academy, Brooklyn, New York.

Anyone else wondering why Correctional Officers would need etiquette training? LOL

Maybe when the Senator is finished putting on a seminar teaching women how to walk, he can host one that teaches the men how to keep it in their pants.

1 comment:

  1. that's messed up i have always found that women have better manors them men. and this is coming form a man