Do you consider yourself a discerning person?
In a highly competitive age, manners are still valued and noticed by many, and the confidence associated with mastering socials skills is an essential tool. Good manners are attractive and empowering, showing not weakness but strength. It is proven that the confidence manners provide can set individuals apart and give them a competitive edge.
The essence of a good manners is to treat other people as you would wish to be treated yourself, to show empathy so that no one feels confused, excluded or exposed. We believe that good manners do not advertise themselves in opaque rituals and exaggerated behaviour. When used with integrity, they are the unobtrusive gestures that make the world a more civilised and agreeable place.