Etiquette lessons for pre-teens go beyond knowing how to appropriately shake a person’s hand. They help teens build communication skills, learn good manners and show respect for others and themselves. While some social norms may change over time, the basic rules of etiquette stay the same. It’s never too early for a young person to start learning lessons in social graces.
The Etiquette and Leadership Institute of Indiana’s (ELII) Young Diplomats (YD) program is for pre-teens 8 - 13 years of age. YD etiquette seminars teach young boys and young girls to become educated and informed, on manners and rules of etiquette. Students are engaged by role-play, conversation, question and answer sessions, along with hands-on activities. Throughout the etiquette and leadership program's students have opportunities to stimulate their inner creativity and curiosity.
Every parent wants their child to understand and practice good manners. Today's pre-teens are continuously exposed to rude behavior everywhere they go. They witness it going to and from school, on the school bus, in the classroom, on the internet (social media), and on television, it almost seems as though it has become the norm. Despite the rude behavior of modern day culture, pre-teens are still open to learning present day manners, rules of etiquette and proper protocols.
To help identify those manners and etiquette mishaps here’s a list of questions. Does your pre-teen…
Whichever is the case…enrolling your pre-teen in the Young Diplomats Etiquette and Leadership Seminar will surely give them the tools to change their perceptions of life, build a greater level of self-esteem, self-confidence and guide them in becoming a future professional.