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At the South African School of Etiquette you will learn how to confidently interact socially and professionally. This accelerates your promotion at work and results in a happier social life. 85% of job success relating to getting, keeping and advancing in a job is connected to your people skills and only 15% is owed to your technical knowledge.
Client-facing employees typically create the ﬁrst impression that customers and clients have of a business, and a lack of the etiquette and skills that are necessary to effectively interact with clientele can have a detrimental effect on the way your business performs. Personal presentation, greetings, email etiquette and dress code etiquette are still core components when liaising with potential and current clients and customers. Client Service Etiquette * Business Etiquette * Cultural and Religious Protocol and Etiquette