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Jacqueline Whitmore is a leading international etiquette expert and the founder of The Protocol School of Palm Beach. She is the author of Business Class: Etiquette Essentials for Success at Work (St. Martin’s Press, 2005), and Poised for Success (St. Martin’s Press, November 2011). Jacqueline travels all over the world presenting seminars ranging from techno-etiquette and professional presence to business etiquette and cross-cultural protocol.

Jacqueline Whitmore is a popular source for media outlets including The New York Times, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Glamour, Time, Fortune, Cosmopolitan, Women’s Day, Women’s Health, and O: The Oprah Magazine, among others. She has appeared on a variety of television and radio shows including ABC’s 20/20, The Fox Report with Shepard Smith, CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360°, ExtraTV, CNBC, and NPR.

For more than a decade she has provided communication and leadership training programs, keynotes, and executive coaching to Fortune 500 companies, universities, and associations. Some of her clients include the U.S. Department of Defense, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, Booz Allen Hamilton, Sprint, Caterpillar, Bloomingdale’s, Burger King Corporation, and The Hartford Financial Services Group, just to name a few.

Regarded as one of the foremost authorities on business etiquette in the world, Jacqueline has appeared on a variety of national television shows including ABC’s 20/20, The Fox Report with Shepard Smith, CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360°, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, ExtraTV, CNBC, and  She is also the resident etiquette expert on the local CBS affiliate, WPEC News 12.  She is a frequent guest on national and international radio talk shows and has appeared on National Public Radio’s Motley Fool and Marketplace.Jacqueline-Whitmore-book-1

Jacqueline has been featured or quoted in hundreds of national and international newspapers and magazines including The New York Times, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, The Financial Times, Fortune, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, Time, and O: The Oprah Magazine, among others.

Jacqueline is highly sought-after as a corporate spokesperson and has served as the cell phone etiquette spokesperson for Sprint and the holiday etiquette spokesperson for Office Depot, CLARISONIC Skincare, and Sam’s Club.

An accomplished writer, Jacqueline Whitmore  is listed as one of the “101 Inspiring Women Bloggers to Watch in 2010” by WE Magazine for Women. She also holds the prestigious Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) designation from the National Speakers Association and the International Federation for Professional Speakers; the speaking profession’s international measure of professional platform skill awarded to the top ten percent of speakers worldwide.

Prior to starting her company, Jacqueline served as the assistant director of public relations and protocol officer for The Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach where she was responsible for handling media relations and teaching the hotel staff the nuances of dealing with royalty, celebrities, and other VIPs.Jacqueline-Whitmore-book-2

Could You Benefit from Business Etiquette Training? Have you forgotten a person’s name two minutes after being introduced? Have you insulted a client by using humor inappropriately? Have you ever sent an email or posted something on Facebook that you later regretted? Missteps in any business situation can severely tarnish your reputation and ruin your relationship with others.

If you’re looking for ways to communicate more effectively, gain the competitive advantage, polish your personal brand, acquire more confidence in business and social situations, and build a stronger rapport with clients and customers, book Jacqueline Witmore with us today.

Here are some of Jacqueline Whitmore’s most requested speaking topics:

First & Lasting Impressions …How to Manage Your Personal Brand with Poise, Presence, and Polish

Competition in the business arena is fierce and companies are looking for executives who can handle themselves at a trade show as well as in the boardroom. You’ll learn practical ideas and strategies that will help you present a more professional image as well as enable you to move with ease and confidence on any level in the business arena.

Includes: Introducing Yourself and Others – Responding to Introductions – Five Types of Handshakes – Eye Contact – Body Language – How to Remember Names – How to Start and End a Conversation – Business Card Protocol – E-mail Etiquette – Cell Phone Etiquette.

Dining for Dollars …The Art of the Business Meal
According to a survey conducted by an independent research firm, 49 percent of chief financial officers said their most successful business meetings, outside the office, were conducted at a restaurant. Furthermore, employers say that a person’s table manners (or lack thereof) may be a deciding factor in securing a signed contract.

This program shows you how to polish your dinner party protocol and skillfully overcome anxiety while dining with potential employers or clients. (To enhance the learning experience, an on-site tutorial luncheon or dinner is encouraged.)

Includes: Effective Business Entertaining – Host and Guest Duties – Silverware Savvy – Navigating the Place Setting – Body Language at the Table – Handling Accidents – Napkin Etiquette – Seating Etiquette – Eating Various Foods – Toasting – Wine Etiquette – Tipping – American and Continental Styles of Eating -The Dos and Don’ts of Dining.

Mastering Your Mingle-Ability …How to Improve Your Networking Skills

A majority of executives break out into a sweat thinking about meeting and making conversation with new acquaintances. Companies are looking for persons who can network effectively and adapt to a variety of social and business situations. Learn the art of schmoozing and gain the self-confidence needed to mingle with anyone at any occasion.

Topics include: How to Make an Entrance – Small Talk Made Easy – Remembering Names – Art of Handshaking – Introducing Yourself and Others – What Areas of the Room to Avoid and Why – What Foods to Avoid and Why -How to Escape the Conversational Rambler – The Dos and Don’ts of Working the Room.

Suit Up for Success …How to Look Your Best during any Business Occasion

Just like real estate, executives need “curb appeal.” If your outward appearance is neat and attractive, people will want to know more about what you have to offer on the inside. What you wear says a lot about who you are and where you want to be. This program shows you how to enhance your personal brand by dressing and speaking more professionally. Learn what your clothing and body language says about you and why dressing too casually can spell costly chaos if you don’t understand the rules.

Includes: Nine Wardrobe Categories – What is Business Casual and How to Wear It Well – Top Ten Wardrobe Blunders – Essential Accessories – Travel Necessities – What Not to Wear and Why – What Your Clothing Says About You

Business Class for Women …Etiquette Essentials Your Mother Never Taught You

During the last 20 years, it’s no surprise that women have changed the face of etiquette in the workplace. Business is indeed a game, and like any game, there are rules to winning. Today’s etiquette rules for women are profoundly different than they were decades ago. During this program, you will learn the secrets to the playbook of success that have helped thousands of women around the country move up the corporate ladder with grace and aplomb. With these tools, you’ll learn how to interact confidently, communicate more effectively, and leverage your power and presence in the workplace.

Includes: Why Men Can Be Late and You Can’t – How to Dine and Entertain Clients and Colleagues Like a Pro – How Your Voice Can Work Against You When You Least Expect It – Ways Your Appearance Can Lead to Self-Sabotage in Business – How to Gain Credibility When Introducing Yourself or Shaking a Man’s Hand – How to Open the Back Door When the Front Door Closes in Your Face.

The Power of Positive Thanking …How to Turn Contacts Into Contracts

It’s easy to make a business connection however it’s more difficult to stay connected after the handshake is over. Showing appreciation for others is one of the highest expressions of respect and courtesy and the best way to nurture relationships and stay in touch. In this program, you’ll learn how to make friends first then build business relationships by creatively keeping in touch with potential employers, clients and colleagues. Learn ways to be remembered by sending unique notes, articles, e-mails and gifts.

Includes: The Art of the Handwritten Note – When to Send a Note Versus E-mail – When to Give a Gift – What to Give and What Not to Give – How to Choose the Perfect Gift – How Much To Spend.

Travels from:  Florida

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