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Time and Location:

July 30-31, 2015
The Poinsett Club
Greenville, SC

PREP

Our experts help you get ready to get down to business.

An intensive two-day course for college students, graduate students, and recent graduates that gives them practical strategies to enter the business arena with confidence, poise, and professionalism. Participants will have a better understanding of their natural strengths and career passions; they will also have the tools to communicate those qualities in their professional and personal lives.

Strategies:

  • DISC talent assessment: Identify skills and behaviors to highlight in an interview as well as key words for self-description. Will also identify stress points and motivations. This tool will help you gain a better understanding of yourself and others.
  • Build a personal brand.
  • Send the right message with your business attire and professional image.
  • Practical business etiquette skills.
  • Develop strong networking and communication skills.
  • Dining etiquette in the business arena, which will include a 4-course dining tutorial.
  • Understand the power of your online presence in the business world.
  • Create a polished, professional LinkedIn profile.
  • Communicate your value clearly, authentically, and effectively in an interview.
  • Professional headshots for LinkedIn profiles and resumes.

 

Panel of Experts:

  • Caroline Buxton Avinger, President of Protocol
  • Ashley Bickerstaff, Owner of Style Envy
  • Mary Wray Conner, Director of Conner Connections Talent Management Solutions
  • Lindsey Stemann, Vice President of Intero Advisory
  • Photography by Chelsey Ashford Photography

 

Investment:

$750. Includes breakfast and lunch both days. Class size limited to 20.   Mastercard/Visa accepted.  To maintain your security and privacy, please call to handle credit card transactions. Download Registration Form to secure your reservation.

For More Information:

Please contact Caroline Buxton Avinger at cbavinger@protocolsc.com or (864) 979-1807.