Etiquette Courses - Corporate Workshops

70% of buying experiences are based on how the customer feels they are being treated.

78% of consumers have halted an intended purchase because of a poor service experience.

91% of unhappy customers will not willingly do business with you again.

81% of companies with strong capabilities and competencies for delivering customer experience excellence are outperforming their competition.

If your employees have poor etiquette when dealing with customers, the effects could be disastrous. Consider the above statistics. Clearly, excellent etiquette in business is essential for your success.

The Sydney Etiquette College will tailor a course for the needs of employees of large or small companies that will vastly improve their etiquette, and make them masters in dealing and delighting difficult customers.  

Our corporate clients have included the Prime Minister and Governor General’s Airline Staff, Tyrrell’s Wines, Westfield Customer Service Staff, ABC Staff, Intercontinental and Best Western Hotel Staff,Australian Rugby Union Players Representing Australia and Toshiba just to name a few. 

Our corporate clients have the opportunity of Sydney Etiquette College Instructors provide the tuition in their office boardrooms or are welcome to have their class in the Sydney Etiquette College rooms at North Sydney.

Please allow two-weeks notice from booking for us to prepare a program tailored to your business needs.

Etiquette for Business

In today's world, 80% of communication takes place via electronic devices.. Most business people may spend between 5-10 hours a day in front of a computer or mobile device.

Due to this recent and sudden change in our culture, many young adults lack the ability to communicate with people and to connect with them in person.

It's a fact that your financial success in life and whether you succeed in your career all have to do with how you get along with other people and your ability to connect with them.

Corporate Etiquette Workshops

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