Corporate Class, Inc.

Corporate Class, Inc.

May 12, 2011 08:01 ET

What is Your Executive Presence?

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - May 12, 2011) -

Editors Note: There is a video associated with this press release.

Corporate Class, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of its online Executive Presence Self-Evaluation Tool, helping individuals improve their overall performance in the world of business. Developed by Diane Craig, Dr. Deborah Nixon, and with the collaboration of the Self Management Group, this report is intended to provide you with insight into what you are currently doing well and what areas you may need to develop in order to maximize your effectiveness.

Some of the topics covered in the self-assessment tool include:

  • Body Language (both reading other's and projecting your own)
  • Dress
  • Impression Management
  • Introductions
  • Conversation
  • Boardroom and Meeting Etiquette
  • Hosting Clients at Business Meals

Once completed the participant can select the immediately downloadable summary report at just $5, or the expanded report at a cost of $20. The summary report provides insight into areas where the participant is performing well, and areas where there remains room for improvement. In addition to this summary, the expanded report provides valuable personal coaching tips from the President of Corporate Class, Diane Craig.

About Corporate Class, Inc:

Corporate Class, Inc. has been advising Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, universities, associations, politicians and private clients since 1981. Our long-established reputation of providing quality training, services and products has earned us the distinction of being a North American leader in all matters of image and etiquette. We provide individual, as well as group and company-wide solutions through consultation, audits, customized programs, seminars and keynote speeches.

To view the video associated with this press release, please visit the following link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7CsNPsW4L1I

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