NEW YORK (RPRN) 8/11/2009–(TPWG) The Phenomenal Women Group, Inc. , in association with The Phenomenal Women Empowerment Alliance Charm & Etiquette School, to Host Adult Etiquette hours of power Sunday, September 6, 2009, at The National Black Theater
The Phenomenal Women Group, Inc.(TPWG) is an organization of African American Women, who have a high moral character. Strong motivation and a undying spirit to climb and reach the heights.(Ad augusta per angusta) â€œTo high places by narrow roadsâ€
The Phenomenal Women Group is one of those “best kept secrets”. Making rounds in the networking arena and virtual space. It all formulated when we noticed when attending networking events, although there were men and women attendees, the majority of the participants were approaching males. Most people who participate in those events go right up to the man in the three-piece suit. Even when walking down the street, we noticed that men would give each other the “Hello” nod. But we women would walk right by each other with our noses up in the air, or just not acknowledging each other at all. We just got fed up. We felt this behavior needed to stop. Here came The Phenomenal Women Group, Inc.
â€œwe are woman, hear us roar loudly as we crack the glass ceilingâ€
(TPWG ) Michelle Mitchell the founder of The Phenomenal Women Group, Inc. , believes that etiquette is something that everyone should participate in. The rules of simple courtesy will uplift, enhance and motivate oneâ€™s self. The role of etiquette has changed over the years. At one time, it served as an indicator of each person’s proper station in life. Today, etiquette helps smooth the path of our daily activities, whether it’s meeting others in our daily interactions, talking to someone on the phone, offering condolences properly or understanding how to talk to colleagues at a business conference, going on a job interview. The Phenomenal Women Group, Inc. In Partnership with Sabrina Sadlerâ€™s Phenomenal Women Empowerment Alliance Charm & Etiquette School, will Host Adult Etiquette hours of power class in New York City. Sunday, September 6, 2009 5:30PM, at the National Black Theater.
The class is also open to interested males who wish to participate in the fine art of etiquette. The class will teach you everything you need to know to move graciously through today’s world.
Posture & Pose
Sitting, Standing and Walking (in heels and flats) Properly.
Crossing your legs – How and When
Formal dining settings and dining skills
How to properly set the table
How much to tip
What RSVP really means
The Art of introductions
Body Language what it says about you and Do you command respect?
What to wear on a interview?
How to dress for work.
What to wear when it’s a causal or professional setting.
Life Skills coaching
Lite Snacks will be served
Course price: $40 in advance
Door cost: $65.00
The Phenomenal Women Group, Inc.
National Director of Communications
Sybil Thebaud Brierre