Organizations Sessions

Joy speaks for National Charity League chapters, Chambers of Commerce, churches, and other nonprofit companies. She thrives on helping people understand the value they have—showing that how they represent themselves can have a major impact on their relationships with others.

 
 

First Impressions

  • Name Tags
  • Correct/Incorrect Handshaking
  • Personal Hand/Social Hand
  • Appropriate Ways of Clapping
  • Proper Introductions
  • Remembering Names
  • The Power of “Thank You”
  • Cultural Snafus
  • Travel Tips
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Dining Like a Diplomat

  • Navigating at the table (napkins, buffets, seating
  • BMWs of Dining
  • Silent Service Codes (American and Continental)
  • Silverware Savvy
  • Table Talk and Body Language (at the table)

Celebrations and Events

  • Hosting/Guest Responsibilities
  • Dinner Parties
  • Gifts
  • Tea Time
  • Toasting
  • Christmas and Holiday
  • Showers
  • Weddings
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Mingle-ability

  • Making an Entrance
  • Success in Dress for Business vs. Social (business) Events
  • Small Talk—Join a Conversation
  • Creating Common Ground
  • Building a Relationship
  • Follow-up

Correspondence Etiquette

  • Thank-You Notes
  • Stationery Wardrobe
  • Printed or Engraved or Blind Embossed
  • Flat Notes
  • Fold-Over Notes
  • Monograms
  • Occasion for a Note
  • What to Write and When to Send
  • Writing Honorifics
  • Forms of Address
  • Formal Replies
  • Save the Date
  • E-Mailing Thank-You Notes
  • Invitations
  • RSVP
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Body Language

  • Mannerisms
  • Voice
  • Words
  • Conversation
  • Listening

Boardroom Etiquette

  • Proper Seating
  • Agenda
  • Timing
  • Equipment
  • Know Your Role
  • Deal Killers
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Off the Record

  • Elevator Etiquette
  • Lobby/Front Desk Snafus
  • Bathroom Talk

Tech Etiquette

  • Smartphones
  • Voicemail and Speaker Phone
  • E-Mail
  • Texting
  • Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Blogging, YouTube
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Dress for Success

  • Business Dress
  • Accessorizing
  • Grooming (including make up)
  • Business Casual
  • Building a Wardrobe
  • Fabulous Fabrics
  • Packing Tips
  • Closet Organization

Customer Centricity

  • Wax On Wax Off: The Basics
  • The Best You Have to Offer
  • Setting and Measuring Customer Service Standards
  • Make Someone Happy Today
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Miscellaneous Etiquette

  • Dating and Breaking Up
  • Funerals
  • Anniversaries
  • Sticky Situations
  • Bad News: What Not to Say
  • Generational Differences
  • Pregnancy
  • At the gym
  • Limousine or Town Car
  • Car Pool
  • Dorm and Roommate Etiquette
  • Manners for Minors
  • Graduation

Sorority Savvy Session

Joy presents her Socially Savvy etiquette sessions to the Greek Communities across the nation. Joy’s soft skill presentations are both highly educational and entertaining. Her message on etiquette essentials applies in every area of life, from dating and social media, to landing a job and success in the workplace.

My sorority sessions equip each girl to be polished and successful in all areas of their lives. The rules of etiquette were put in place to help navigate everyday life situations, whether representing ourselves on campus, in the sorority house, at social events, or at an interview.

Takeaways include:

  • Now that you’re away from home, remember to Mind Your Manners!
  • How to Be Socially Savvy in All Situations
  • First Impressions and Image Savvy: Representing your sorority chapter, your school, and yourself
  • Party & Dining 101: Navigating parties and the dining table
  • Tech Savvy: when apples and blackberries used to be fruit

The Sorority Girl Etiquette Guide

Becoming a member of a sorority doesn’t automatically give you class. The modern sorority girl should be poised, polished, and sparkle with inner self-confidence.

Fact: 85% of success in life is due to our soft skills. My Socially Savvy soft skill sessions will enable you to become a refined young lady of class, sophistication, and character.

In her high-energy and fun style, Joy Weaver will prepare your organization to be confident and comfortable in all situations. Joy specializes in business and social etiquette training as well as customized customer service programs.

Joy knows firsthand that we are expected to carry ourselves in a five-star manner, while many times we only receive one-star training.


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