As busy and competitive as our lives are today, it’s especially important to be confident in every situation. As an Etiquette Consultant, I will help you with the knowledge and skills you need to make a great first & lasting impression. If you’ve ever felt tongue-tied or too embarrassed to start a conversation, or if you are unsure of which fork to use in a formal setting, I’m eager to work with you.
Etiquette is simply a set of courteous practices used in the effort to make others around us feel more comfortable. Using good business, social and dining decorum will create many new opportunities for you. When you make proper introductions, talk with confidence, and learn to navigate every situation, you will be more at ease and that positive energy will be conveyed to the people around you. You only have one chance to make a great first impressioin so let’s make it your best!
I have vast experience working with a variety of groups and individuals; adults, students, children and those with special needs. I promote courtesy and civility in every aspect of our lives. I love teaching the range of dining skills, business protocols and successful mingling, and I welcome sharing this information and these skills with you.
It will be my pleasure to meet you!
- Andrea Pastore
News & Events
On January 26 at the Alfond Forum on the Biddeford Campus I had the great fortune to be the key note speaker at the Annual Senior Dinner. You could imagine how impressive 300 smartly dressed young men and women looked as they entered through the doors. Everyone used name tags to help others know who […]
If you are planning a wedding soon, plan to attend the Annual Bridal Fair at the Italian Heritage Center on Sunday, March 2, 2014, 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm. There are over 35 exhibitors including David’s Bridal, European Bakery, Gelato Fiasco, Port City Photo Booth, Mary Irace Floral Designs, Jim Ciampi Band, Stuart Smith Photography […]
Etiquette Solutions was at the Job Fair at USM, pictured here waiting to meet the recent graduates of the class of 2012. Using good business, social and dining decorum can create many new opportunities for the newly employed.