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Cathleen Hanson, Director provides training for business executives, corporations, politicians, groups, schools and colleges and has appeared on radio and television talk shows. Prior to founding The International School of Protocol, Cathleen Hanson was a university professor of communication and nationally recognized speech and debate coach. In addition to coaching national champions in speech and debate, she taught courses in the area of public speaking, business communication, group communication, and nonverbal communication. She is an award winning speaker and writer whose syndicated columns appeared in over 30 publications nationwide. As a fully engaging top-notch teacher, her emphasis is on teaching adults, teens and children what she considers to be skills for life. Ms. Hanson holds a Masters in Communication Theory and Research and is also a founding partner of Road to Success: Career Development Program.




Carol Haislip, business professionalism, etiquette school east coast, how to teach manners, book to learn to teach manners, etiquette camp for children, teach etiquette training,  teach manners to children, teach manners to teens, teaching children etiquette, etiquette teaching guide, etiquette for adults, train adults etiquette, teach etiquetteDuring her years in the corporate world as a vice president for a major corporation, Carol Haislip, Director, interviewed thousands of prospective employees and managed and developed training programs for hundreds of corporate executives and employees on a wide variety of topics. She knows firsthand that first impressions really do last a lifetime. Through her dynamic teaching techniques, she illustrates that an effective professional image is critical for success on the job, in school or in any other social or business environment. As director of The International School of Protocol, Ms. Haislip’s programs in social and communication skills enable individuals to excel in our increasingly global marketplace. Ms. Haslip has appeared on radio and television talk shows and holds a Master's of Business Administration with a concentration in International Business. She is a founding partner of Road to Success: Career Development Program.




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Years of working in the business world as a department manager, recruiter, trainer and negotiator led Senior Associate, Marsha Hall, to realize that social and communication skills were the keys to success. When teaching, she emphasizes the importance of these skills. Her friendly and upbeat approach make her a favorite among children and teens. Ms. Hall holds a Bachelor of Science in Business.