Manners Talk™ Etiquette Coaching for Children, Teenagers & Young Adults
As an Etiquette "Mobile" Coach I travel to facilities, schools and homes to teach both group and private tutorial classes that are both fun and engaging .
Sessions involve role-playing activities that recreate real life situations to assist teens on learning how to overcome their discomfort in new and unfamiliar situations. Proper introductions and good communication skills are essential. High pressure situations like college and job interviews are role-played to help lessen the
Additionally, the value of respecting and caring about others is addressed with emphasis placed on building solid friendships, developing greater resilience, understanding the importance of self-respect & being confidence, along with valuing others and their environments. I believe in the need to have integrity, to develop a good character and behavior that reflects both respect and concern for others in their speech and conduct.
As parents, I am sure we would love our teens to be able to put their best foot forward when they venture out into the world and not be perceived or judged in a negative light. As teachers, it gives us great pride and pleasure to see your students show more consideration and respect towards both their peers and their elders. If you're interested in my services call 202-409-9211 to discuss the various options.
Various Etiquette Topics
We Come To You!
Group or Private Sessions
- Table Manners & Dining Out
- Apologies, Rudeness, Lack of Affect
Call for a FREE consultation: 202-409-9211
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"Vicki Fleming, of Manners Talk, is her brand; elegant, poised, and a consummate professional. She teaches the skills of etiquette in a friendly presentation that is patient and interactive during instruction. For the adolescent girls of Compass Education Trust's “Empowerment Today for the World Tomorrow” conference, Ms. Fleming brought an ease to the disciplines of dining and social skills that allowed our girls to not only be receptive but engaged in the necessary training of social etiquette."
Shellee A. Mitchell, CEO/Founder of CompassEducationTrust