As young men make their way in the world, knowing how to behave in different situations and learning good manners builds confidence. And confidence is cool!
Social competence is a skill young men are never too young to learn and never too old to use. Research out of Harvard University shows that social skills account for up to 85% of long-term success—in just a few hours young men will gain knowledge and skills that will benefit them ongoing—in work and other aspects of their lives. Lessons are interactive and fun. Instructors are members of the Civility Experts Worldwide team, Canada’s leading experts for over 15 years.
Classes are conducted over six weeks, materials and refreshments are included.
We will cover topics such as:
- how to convey confidence
- why manners matter
- how to leave a positive first impression
- tips for personal hygiene, posture, and body language
- the art of conversation
- communication habits that show and learn respect
- situational etiquette; dining, parties, sports events, and more.