FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Gloria Petersen, President
January 1, 2017
Global Protocol Academy Announces
2017 Training dates
Train to Attain Expert Status as a Professional Presence, Business Etiquette, and International Protocol Facilitator
April 23 to 28, 2017 | August 6 to 11, 2017 | November 5 to 10, 2017
Gain a Professional Competitive Edge by developing a strong professional presence with commanding interaction skills that lead to handling a wide range of interactions (e.g., sales calls, interviews, and networking), meal-related meetings (casual coffees to formal functions), and event planning (retreats to conferences) with finesse.
The training utilizes: Pre-course study guides (I and II) | Playbook style script | The Art of Professional Connections textbooks | Comprehensive facilitator guide | Business etiquette and international protocol handbook | Business builder and customization guide | Time line classroom planning aids | Post-course graduate media promotions
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Each course is customized to the needs of the attendees and can include offsite experiences or guest trainers. Class size is limited to 12 to keep the learning personalized. Prescheduled classes are held at our Phoenix, AZ USA headquarters.
November 4, 2016
Global Protocol Academy Announces New Facilitators
Phoenix, AZ — Global Protocol, Inc. proudly announces that Meredith Shake-Burrows, Veronica Shake, and Jacqueline Heyden have completed a six-day (semi-private) comprehensive Global Protocol Academy training session, and are now available as workshop facilitators and media resources spokespersons on business etiquette and protocol.
Meredith Shake-Burrows, Spotsylvania, VA
Middle East Specialist, United States Department of Defense
Veronica Shake, Pasadena, CA
Medical Profession: Nursing
Jacqueline M. Heyden, Chicago, IL
Hospitality and Wellness Industries
The workshops took an experiential learning approach to the training material. Professional presence, business etiquette and protocol sessions ranged from identifying professional presence components and delivering a dining tutorial to the protocols of creating an event. Interactive classroom activity reinforced major training points.
Global Protocol Academy training offers semi-private and small group classes. For more class or registration information go to GlobalProtocolAcademy or call 602-503-1046/office or 602-882-8493/cell for details. The next scheduled classes come up in spring 2017: April 23 to 28, 2017. Private or small group training is also available (onsite) by request .
Global Protocol Academy Graduates Fall 2016:
Meredith Shake-Burrows, Spotsylvania, VA (firstname.lastname@example.org)
♦ Training goal: Introduce new workshops on personal enhancement and professionalism to her signature line of government work at United States Department of Defense (DoD).
♦ Ultimate theme: Incorporate the skillsets acquired into a non-profit organization training program that helps women and youth overcome trauma and build resilience (despite conflict) beginning with the DC area as a co-op effort with Veronica Shake.
Veronica Shake, Pasadena, CA (Veryshake@yahoo.com)
♦ Training goal: Introduce new workshops on personal enhancement and professionalism to her current position in the medical industry.
♦ Ultimate theme: Incorporate the skillsets acquired into a non-profit organization training program that helps women and youth overcome trauma and build resilience (despite conflict) beginning with the DC area as a co-op effort with Meredith Shake-Burrows.
Jacqueline M. Heyden, Chicago, IL (email@example.com)
♦ Training goal: Add innovative workshops on personal enhancement and professionalism to her current consulting practice as a wellness advocate and expand on her expertise in the hospitality industry.
♦ Ultimate theme: Present workshops and build confidence on the five styles of (cultural) dining decorum for the catering/restaurant industry, develop a higher caliber of servers, and thus reduce staffing turnover.
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Gloria Petersen, Founder and President
602-553-1046 | firstname.lastname@example.org