|Description||A prestigious degree is a door opener; however, a young executive must offer something more than basic technical knowledge. Business relationships are developed in a variety of situations, including lunches, receptions, dinners and fundraisers. Do you have the tools you need to stand out? |
** The fee has been waived. Please RSVP in your HireABear account or email Hireabear@baylor.edu to let us know that you will attend. Please keep your reservation committment because we have to pay for catering even if you don't show up. **
(let us know if you need a vegetarian plate)
- Attendee registration ends on March 27th.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 2012
- 6:00-6:30 p.m. - Check-in
- 6:30-8:00 p.m. - Dinner and presentation
- Attire: Professional dress preferred; business casual required
- Location: Barfield Drawing Room, 2nd Floor, Bill Daniel Student Center (SUB)
- Hosted by: Delta Epsilon Iota
- Sponsored by: Baylor Career Services
About the Speaker:
Diane Gottsman is a nationally recognized etiquette professional and owner of The Protocol School of Texas, a company specializing in corporate etiquette training. Diane is also the author of Pearls of Polish, an etiquette guide for today’s busy woman.
Diane is a sought after industry expert who is regularly featured as the etiquette authority for several morning television shows and has been quoted in national publications such as Martha Stewart Living, Working Mother, Figure, Quick and Simple and The NY Times, just to name a few.