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Men's Table Manners
Life Above the University 
Business Etiquette Dinner
Look Polished Eating  

Table Manners
Rules of  Etiquette Eating

Hosting & Hospitality
Diner Party 101 Entertaining and Hosting

Saying Thank You Part II  
Acknowledgment A Note by Hand and
Giving Back Community Involvement

University Etiquette Eating Club Lessons
University Etiquette Lessons 

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Dining Etiquette 301  Men's Table Manners
Learn eating in more than just one meeting.

After attending a University Business Etiquette Dinner students cannot pass a professional & graduate university dining etiquette Eti Q Test. Look polished eating.

How you eat reflects on you.  Take a lesson See how you do.

 -   Because the more you climb the corporate ladder the more dining etiquette matters; there comes a time to transcend dining hall behaviors and banquet hall ways. In dining on the way to the top there are stations and lines at which to stop. Look as polished as you speak when you eat.

Dining Etiquette Eating in Style 

This class provides an excellent opportunity to learn (or brush up on) Table Manners, Rules of Etiquette used While Eating, Pre Steps, Presents, Something to Drink, USA Menu Number and the Other Order of Courses, Setting a Place Setting for One, Napkin Rules, Rules for Bread and Butter, Using Glasses at Table, Spoon Rules, Rest Positions, Rules Using Cutlery, Eating in Style American and Continental, Salt Rules, How to Eat Steak & Chicken Bone-in with a Dinner Knife and Fork, and Rules for Saying Thank You and Reciprocity. Let eat.

Dining is a ritual at which more than eating is done. What you eat is up to you. How you eat is your present to the table, and the view you provide to those around you. The way a person eats reflects on that person and on his or her company. But above all that, when sitting at a table and sharing a meal with a friend, it is wonderful to know what is being signaled and what to signal back. Look polished. Get etiquette, and outclass the competition. Practice can be done in casual shoes.

Extending Hospitality  

Saying Thank You

This book covers saying thank you by card, the cast for hospitality events, stations and lines, committees and responsibilities, type of events, levels of formality, social calendars, contact registers, invitations, and keeping track.

Its purpose is to help get a job done when someone is designated to be a host, hostess, or an executive host by desire, request, or by job description.

Creative Correct Table Setting  and Seating Arrangements

Creative Correct Table Setting for Young Professional and Upcoming Graduates  Sharing Food Drink  Honor and Atmosphere: things you can do when setting your stage, from setting a cover: a place setting for one, to place cards, party favors, menu cards, and napkins folds, to centerpieces to wow most anyone. Part II lets you learn where to place official guests and how to honor just plain friends.  The rule as always been more than, "Go from the outside in."


 Flawless Dining Service 

Flawless Dining Service: this class contains information on how to allow each cast member can help add flair, consideration, and distinction to your event. 

Giving Back   

This guide  and lesson contains information about Giving Back professional and graduate university etiquette  plan for community involvement.

Harold Almon
Living Skills and Etiquette Coach
Director Career Services 
Young Professionals & Upcoming Graduates

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