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A Harvard-Stanford study concluded that one’s success, particularly in the workplace, is based 85% on social skills, and less than 15% percent on technical skills.

People are constantly looking for new ways to differentiate themselves. Now more than ever it is expected that everyone, from entry-level staff to the C-suite, is proficient and polished and knows how to conduct themselves correctly. Cultivating these soft skills is critical to developing new business, maintaining a positive image, and projecting confidence and authority in all endeavors.


Avignon Etiquette's customized corporate programs equip organizations with powerful social tools designed to produce long-term results. Each area examines the rules – both written and unwritten - in easily digestible portions. Upon completion, participants experience an enhanced sense of awareness allowing them to interact both personally and professionally at the highest level of engagement with colleagues, clients, and co-workers.

The New Professional (Sample)

The Polished Professional (Sample)

Executive Dining Skills


Corporate Clients Include:

Scotia McLeod
St. Augustine Seminary
Girl Guides of Canada
Grand Touring Auto

Montessori school
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP ("BLG")

Manulife Financial
The National Club
C.I. Funds
CORE Resources
Mitchell Demolition
Kilmer Van Nostrand
Job Start
Takeda Pharmaceutical 

...and more!

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