PRemier Image Management Group is Bringing Etiquette Back
PRemier Image Management Group wants you to stand out for all the right reasons. The company provides etiquette and professional development trainings throughout the United States and is striving to make etiquette relevant. PRemier is bringing etiquette back.
Purvis and Robinson, dubbed the “Etiquette Aficionados” offer a variety of etiquette programs, including group trainings for children, parents, and corporate executives. However, they have made it their mission to specifically target teens and young adults. The Etiquette Aficionados have a particular passion for working with this group because this is the demographic to which they belong--they are both “20-somethings.”
PRemier was founded because both, Purvis and Robinson, have a love for etiquette and helping others reach their fullest potential. They know that the success they have achieved in a relatively short period of time, would not be possible if they were not socially savvy, understanding both spoken and unspoken rules. Their motto is: “If you’re polished, professional, and poised, you will stand out for all the right reason.”
Purvis is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Christian Leadership and Development at Fuller Theological Seminary, based in California. Cornelia is in pursuit of a law degree at Vanderbilt University, which she will receive this May. Both are honors graduates of Spelman College in Atlanta, and have an impressive and unique list of qualifications, including prior work at fortune 500 companies and individually founding community youth development programs in Texas and Georgia. Purvis and Robinson are both classically trained dancers and pianists and are formally trained in etiquette. Additionally, Purvis and Robinson have worked with Sue Fox, author of Etiquette for Dummies and Business Etiquette for Dummies to create innovative curricula, opposed to traditional, stuffy etiquette lessons.
Aside from offering group and individual trainings in Nashville and throughout the United States, Purvis and Robinson blog regularly, to make etiquette accessible to everyone. Some of their most recent blogs address: discussing politics in the workplace; properly moving across a row of seated people, and questions people should avoid asking others.
The PRemier Image Management Group is accepting group and individual clients now, and Purvis and Robinson will individually customize each etiquette program to address your specific concerns.
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PRemier Image Management Group
P.O. Box 331222
Nashville, TN 37013