The skills you need to secure the career you want.
Founded in 2018, The Office Protocol was born of frustration from Theo Keyserling, a tenured Executive Search professional. Ms. Keyserling has been a first-hand witness to professionals being immediately passed over for lack of professional polish and presence. Conversely, top-level recruits were also passing on employment with incredible companies simply because they lacked the corporate presence needed to attract and retain top talent.
The Office Protocol seminars offer comprehensive business etiquette training on both a personal and corporate entity impression management level. Ms. Keyserling conducts career-changing and organization-changing, invaluable programming tailored specifically to the needs of the individual or business. She has traveled on a national basis sharing her insight with colleges, businesses, individuals, corporate groups & leadership seminars and civic organizations.
Her team also works with recent college graduates and early career professionals to prepare them for either entering the job market or targeting next steps.
We also work with mid-level professionals that are seeking to enhance their professional presence.
An impression is not limited to what you say, it’s everything your persona is delivering to your audience; from your clothing, to your facial expressions, to how you hold your hands when speaking. What takes center stage when making a first impression is everything you are not saying. Once a positive first impression is established, what is then spoken determines whether or not you are retained or released.
Business protocol applies to everyone from the college students & recent college graduates, mid level career professionals to some of the most successful organization’s top executives.
Impression Management is imperative to success as an individual, group or civic organization or to a corporation. Initial presentation will set the pace for the trajectory of the future.
“You have seven seconds to make an impression; Make it good.”