We live in an exciting and challenging world—one in which our globe seems smaller and our business and personal relationships are untethered by the traditional boundaries of oceans, airspace and borders. Modern technology, politics, trade and governmental relations bring people of different cultures together more than ever and we all face the challenges and benefits of creating and maintaining these very powerful professional and personal connections.
Over the past 29 years, graduates of our Train to be a Corporate Etiquette and International Protocol Consultant Course have helped forge international relationships, promote cultural respect and develop emotional intelligence while training the intricacies of cultural sensitivity, business etiquette and protocol.
Today, we are proud to announce Train to be a Corporate Etiquette and International Protocol Consultant title change to “Intercultural Etiquette and Protocol Trainer” embracing the term “intercultural training” in our course description to better reflect the work of multinational teams in an interconnected workplace. With the many changes in business models, technologies, and communication practices, we saw an opportunity to widen our scope of traditional protocol, etiquette and cross-cultural training to better prepare our students for the challenges they face within their respective institutions and individual working relationships.
Graduates of this course will be trained to present three seminars including Outclass the Competition; How to Succeed in the International Arena; and Dine Like a Diplomat. In addition, participants will be provided with two special briefings that include The Power of Professional Presence and Business Protocol for Professionals.
At The Protocol School of Washington, we take pride in forecasting the needs of the various entities that come to us for assistance. We are honored to do our part in promoting a new era of intercultural respect, training our colleagues to go out as ambassadors for human respect crossing every boundary of our shared home.
Pamela Eyring, President | The Protocol School of Washington
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