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Communication, Grooming and Etiquette for Teenagers By Ms. Sabira Merchant

 

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“Teaching manners to the Teenagers gives them the tools to function and succeed as adults”

In today’s world, the overall development of the children has become very important. It is no longer enough that the child is academically sound.

Ms. Sabira Merchant specializes in transforming youth into savvy personalities.

 It is about the Visual Appearance, Communication, body language (posture, eye contact, and nervous habits), word choice (tone, speed, inflection, laughter) and positive thinking as well as improving relationships to make them into charming personalities.

Course Content:

  • Introduction
  • Gender Awareness
  • Awareness towards under privileged or challenged
  • Sensitivity  towards
    • religious sentiments
    • the environment
    • Controlling Noise pollution
  • Respect towards servants, lower class, waiters, drivers etc.
  • Being  considerate
  • Charity
  • Manners & Etiquette
    • The right way of blowing your nose and sneezing and don’ts in public.
  • Social Etiquette: A teenager’s social life is extremely important because fitting in with peers can make the difference between feeling confident and being one of those people who struggles to fit in. Learning proper etiquette gives teens the skills that will be useful at the moment as well as later in life.
  • Art of answering -spontaneously with flair & finesse
  • Personal grooming & Dressing:
    • Accessories
    • Colours and textures
    • Fashion trends
    • Fit of your clothing
    • What kind of shoes should I wear?
    • Matching clothes and accessories
  • Conversation and Communication Etiquette:
    • Do’s and don’ts in conversation.
    • Art of how to join a conversation & come out of it.
    • Being Friendly
  • How to Dine- Be open to new foods, asking questions, what to talk on dining table with family, elders, professionals, peers, friends.
  • Gifting Etiquette
    • Do’s and don’ts in giving gifts and flowers
  • Telephone Manners
    • When calling a friend, identify yourself to the person who answers the phone before asking to speak your friend. By doing so, the parents or other family member who answer the phone will appreciate this courtesy and see you as friendly. 
  • Personal Grooming
  • Planning a Party
    • Making a Guest list
    • Birthdays and club parties
    • Selecting venues
    • Seating Arrangements
    • Ordering food
    • Bill Payments & tipping
  • Manners towards parents and grandparents, siblings
  • The Rule of Twelve
    • When talking with others, always use a form of thanks and the person's name in the first 12 words you speak
    • By following this rule of 12, people will want to continue to do nice things for you.
  • Dining Etiquette
    • Table setting
    • Silverware Savvy , Chopsticks
    • Napkin Placement
    • How to Eat Various Foods, Foods to Avoid
    • Thank You Notes

Target Audience:

  • Age group between 12 to 20 years

Faculty:

Ms. Sabira Merchant (Day - 1)

  • She is a versatile personality with many admirable qualities. She completed her educatio n in liberal arts from Switzerland.
  • She is responsible for training FEMINA MISS INDIAs for the local as well as international competitions and her famou s students being the representatives of our country for the Miss India, Miss Universe, Miss Asia Pacific and Mr. International Contest.
  • She was always interested in the dramatics arts and stage, and her first major break – through was Theatr e Group’s “The Word” by Pratap Sharma which was followed by “The Wild Duck”, Tughlaq”, “Duet for One”, “The Idiot”, “Winter Set” and many more. She bagged the All India Critics Award for her role of Blanche Dubois in “A Street Car named Desire”
  • She is most popularly known as the “Hostess” for the Quiz Programme, What’s the good Word which was televised in the early 70’s on Doordarshan for a recor d breaking 15 years.
  • She has also acted in Hindi Films including “Trikal” for Shyam Benegal. Amongst Corporate & Business Houses, she has worked with and held sessions for the Taj Group of Hotels, the Jindal Corp, Oracle, Kingfisher Airlines, Owens Corning for their Top Managerial Staff., Franklin Templeton Investments, Novartis, PowerGrid etc.

Ms. Rasna Behl (Day - 2)

Educational Qualification:

  • Applied Art Studies from Sir. J.J. School of Arts, Mumbai.

Previous Assignment Includes:

  • Worked with O&M and Inter pub Advertising.
  • Former Executive Secretary of Advertising club, Mumbai
  • Experience with work on Fashion shows throughout India and Abroad.
  • Has done Advertising shoots with All leading Ad Agencies and Ad Film Makers in
  • South East Asia.
  • Has been conducting training programs in around 20 cities in India for Van Heusen Institute
  • of Style since 2013.
  • Grooming and Etiquette Expert and soft skill trainer for major corporates eg. Citibank,
  • IDFC, Kotak Securities, Halma Trading, Glenmark Pharma, Larsen & Turbo,
  • APM Terminals etc..

Training Expertise:

  • Soft Skills
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Grooming & Etiquette
  • Image Consulting
  • Body Language

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