The Elite School of Etiquette is a new source of empowerment and acts as a self-confidence builder. In the professional world, many business deals are created through relationships outside at work- and usually around the dinner table. Knowing how to act and what the proper etiquette is for a variety of events is important. The Elite School of Etiquette has a variety of courses-including one developed specifically for Millennials.
“We are working to meet the cultural needs of today while reinforcing the traditions of good manners. Etiquette isn’t dead but it can feel this way. That difference is what is now defining successful people. People who know what is expected of them in social situations and how to forge relationships professionally by understanding etiquette really do go further in life,” said Carol M. Rey, Founder, Director and Author of ‘Etiquette for the Business and Socially Savvy Professional’.
According to a recent story in The Washington Post, etiquette is more important than ever in a variety of traditional and new ways, including knowing how to participate or host a Zoom meeting. As the culture changes with the COVID-19 crisis, and while some traditions stay the same – like holiday dinners, knowing what is acceptable and what isn’t is a trending topic on social media.
“The school helps people develop needed skillsets to navigate life. It’s very important to meet these social standards. You don’t know what you don’t know, which is why the courses at The Elite School are so important. And, given the current pandemic situation, we have made these courses available at affordable tuitions,” finished Rey.
Carol M. Rey has worked as an Etiquette Consultant for close to a decade, spent 24 years as an educator, is a member of Alpha Kappa Sorority Inc. – as well as the Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. She also holds a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership. The Elite School of Etiquette is proud to not only be a black-owned business but a female-owned business, too. Additionally, she is the director of “Pretty Girl University”, a yearlong etiquette and basic life skill development program for young ladies 14-25, preparing them to thrive in college, the workforce, being their own boss, or Pageantry.
Members of the media are encouraged to request an interview with Ms. Rey about her background, her published book, and The Etiquette School of The Elite.