Lydia Ramsey offers a variety of keynotes, seminars and workshops on business etiquette and professional courtesy to corporations, businesses, associations, colleges and universities. All her presentations are carefully designed and tailored to the needs of each organization and individual.

The following presentations are offered as keynotes or workshops, live and in-person or virtually via online platforms.

How to Conduct Yourself like a Polished Professional

Are you trying to work your way up the ladder of success or take your business to the next level? If so, this is the business course you need to outclass and outlast your competition.
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Dine Like A Pro – Eat Like Your Career Depends On It

You can have your cake and eat it, too. Just make sure it’s your cake, and that you’re using the right fork. This interactive business dining presentation, which is conducted over a four-course meal, arms you with a full menu of strategies that will have your clients eating out of your hand.
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Networking – How to Meet, Greet and Connect like a Pro

Learn how to prepare for and profit from any networking opportunity, whether it’s a planned event or a chance encounter in an elevator. Being comfortable talking with others on a professional and personal level helps you develop more profitable relationships. Don’t leave home or the office without these must-have strategies and techniques for talking with anyone, anytime, anywhere about anything.
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Pay Attention to Your Online Presence

In today’s technological world the Internet rules. Business communication takes place in a variety of ways from the phone (that would be mostly mobile) to online platforms. While meeting with your clients and co-workers face to face is the most effective means of creating and building relationships, it is not always possible to be there in person.  Learn how to use all the tools of technology to advance your career and grow your business.
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Working with You is Killing Me – Resolving Conflict in the Office

People don’t leave work; they leave people. Your employees deal with issues much like those that face any close-knit family: personal space, sharing supplies, kitchen privileges, cleaning up after themselves, and more. It’s not the big issues, but the little courtesies that keep your team running smoothly… or it’s the lack of them that send your people over the edge into resentments, conflicts, and all-out feuds.
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From Classroom to Career

Give your students what they need most right now – good manners and professional courtesies.  Lydia reveals the personal skills each of your students needs to graduate from the classroom to the boardroom. From meeting and greeting to buttering bread and everything in between, she can cover it all.
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Contact Lydia with your specific needs and find out how she can help.

What Clients have to say…

“Lydia is the best I know at helping people keep their feet out of their mouth and their eyes on the goal of doing business professionally. I have seen the results of her training and highly recommend her to all levels from entrepreneur to upper management.”

Manager of Training, Georgia Ports Authority

“Lydia Ramsey was a huge hit. The buzz about the event went on all afternoon and even days afterward. The business etiquette skills presented by Lydia offered all who attended a competitive advantage in the job market.

Professor of Business Education, Business Division, LaGrange College

“Lydia Ramsey is a dynamic speaker, an experienced trainer and an expert in the field of business etiquette. I have had the pleasure of seeing her “in action” and appreciating her many skills. Without hesitation, I can recommend her services with a guarantee that the results will be pleasing and productive.”

Columbus Women’s Network

“Mrs. Bush was so pleased with meeting you and with the comfortable gathering you facilitated. My deepest regret is that we should have arranged you for an entire afternoon. We all have much to learn from you.

I look forward to your return to Tallahassee soon.”

Executive Assistant to the First Lady, Mrs. Columba Bush!