Monday, September 30, 2013
12:30 pm - 1:20 pm
Important business relationships are formed and cemented in social settings. Yet, many professionals feel uncomfortable in these environments. Working a crowded room and managing the more formal dining setting—these and other business entertainment opportunities challenge many of us. This program is specifically designed to help you feel competent and comfortable in any business-social setting. Participants will learn ten specific rules for working a reception and ten more rules for managing a business lunch or dinner. We also cover rules for electronic communications and personal presentation.
Mary Crane (http://www.marycrane.com) is considered one of the top experts in the country on business etiquette for lawyers. With a background combining law practice and experience as a White House chef, she brings a particular skill set and expertise to share with students on etiquette considerations unique to the legal profession.
Reserve your spot now:
Beth Shackleford, Director of Student Professional Development