Tuesday, April 2, 2019 — 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM EDT

Table setting

“Every business meal represents an opportunity for relationship building.”

Business meals are part of corporate life. Your conduct and table manners must be flawless. There’s no room for error. Honing your dining skills is pivotal to every business occasion where food and drink are served. 

The ability to dine confidently anywhere and with anyone is an intrinsic part of your professional presence. Join us for a professional development session on Dining Etiquette and ensure you have the expertise to navigate every business meal from boardroom luncheon to formal dinner – and to entertain clients with ease.

Facilitator: Sandra Corelli, Vice President, Corporate Class Inc.

Sandra is a widely sought-after speaker, consultant, facilitator and coach. In her current role as Vice President, Corporate Class Inc., she consults with clients in the areas of leadership development, culture, employee experience, and well-being in the workplace. Prior to joining CCI, Sandra was a senior HR leader at a multinational institution, and she brings over 18 years of corporate HR industry experience as a people and culture strategist.

Additional details: Lunch will be provided, and registration is required.

The workshop content is specifically tailored to the needs of PhDs and Postdocs, a limited number of seats will be available to Master’s students.

Cost: This event/workshop is free for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. However, a $10.00 materials fee will be charged in the event of a late cancellation (cancellation that is not made 3 days or more before the workshop/event date), no show, or incomplete attendance.

This workshop is part of the Professionalism in Context workshop series for graduate students and postdocs. Attend all four workshops!

Cost 
Free - registration is required
Location 
FED - Federation Hall
Main Hall
200 University Avenue West

Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1
Canada

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