How Business Etiquette Can Make Or Break Your Career [FREE WEBINAR]

Join us as Crista Tharp, Wedding Planning Expert, author of A Beginner’s Guide to Business Etiquette, and one of the Midwest’s most sought after event planners shares Business Etiquette that can make or break your career. This FREE training session is packed with simple, actionable, and crucial up-to-date information on the latest business etiquette trends. Don’t let a simple mistake cost you business or your job! One lucky attendee will receive a FREE copy of A Beginner’s Guide to Etiquette at the end of the session. Must be there live to win! Just a snippet of what you will learn includes:


  • How to make a great first impression
  • The correct way to make an introduction
  • Current Electronic Communication etiquette
  • How to use your cellphone and tablet without offending anyone
  • How to practice proper social Networking Etiquette
  • How to follow correct table manners and conduct business over meals
  • Plus a Q&A at the end

About Crista

Crista Tharp, is an award winning event planner, entrepreneur, author, and speaker. She is the CEO of Blissfully Simple™ Events and the creator of Blissfully Simple ™ Wedding Planning, the world’s only wedding planning brand. Crista has worked in the wedding and event planning industry for more than 13 years and has authored 11 books, designed more than 300 events, and spoken at numerous conferences and workshops. She has been featured in the New York Times, Associated press and hundreds of industry blogs and publications. In addition to her monthly spot on Fox 59, she is currently a blogger for the Huffington Post’s Wedding blog and was chosen two years in a row as a Wedding Planning Industry Expert – a designation given to only 50 people world-wide. WATCH NOW ► Photo Credit: Shutterstock

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