Keeping in view the importance of social ettiquetes in life, Vigour and Verve has brought for you the opportunity of learning social ettiquetes of all kinds for all the scenarios and occassions, under the guidance of experts. In its 21-day residential finishing school programme, Vigour and Verve will invite experts to inform you about all the intricate details of table manners, communication skills, body language, behavioural skills, etc that will act as a cherry on the cake on your persona. So Dont miss out the chance. Grab the opportunity and enroll now!
Right from a young age, a child is taught manners and ettiquettes. He/She is prepared for the society of which he/she will be a part of as an adult. In the society we live in, a person’s behavior reflects the background he/she comes from and the environment in which he/she grew up. While in day-to-day life we may not feel it to be that important. But it is a fact that every time we meet a person, every time we go out, our behavior, manners, ettiquettes, body language, way of speaking is communicating a lot about us to the world. And how the people respond to us depends a lot on what our mannerism is telling them. So the importance of social ettiquetes is huge, for we are social animals and jelling up with other people is our need.
Having a sound knowledge of social ettiquetes not only help us have strong impression on others but also radiates the sense of strong self-esteem. When you respect yourself, you tend to respect others too. No matter how much they glorify funky carefree behaviour, old school manners and ettiquetes are still not old-fashion. It is relevant in today’s social scenario as well. It helps you to seamlesslessly adapt to various occassions and situations and win hearts of those around. Though basics are taught in our home and school thoroughly, but as we grow up we need to learn and adapt to changing time and scenario. Every different social scenario demands a different set of ettiquetes from you. And knowing it all can be an overbearing task if done alone without guidance.