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Etiquette and protocol course for VIPs

Etiquette and protocol course for VIPs

Istanbul, Turkey
In view of the increasing importance in the development and development of human resources in public and private institutions, the demand is constantly increasing for the qualification of a cadre by trainers who are able to develop and develop knowledge, transfer experiences, change trends and habits to enable them with the changing future conditions in the work and life environment to be more creative, productive, more efficient and meritorious Thus, the participant has an important role in building societies, institutions, organizations and individuals to be able to inspire in improving the quality of work and life, increasing opportunities and preserving resources for a better tomorrow for all of us.

Professional development and rehabilitation is one of the most important services that the Sheikh Taher Al-Zawi Charitable Foundation STACO joins and participates in, in implementation of its responsibility towards society, especially in the field of preparing individuals, awareness and training. Therefore, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Foundation and a group of its employees participated in the etiquette and protocol course for VIPs, which is being held for the first time in the Turkish capital. Istanbul, and organized by IBC – Intelligent Business Center.

The course was presented by the President of the House of International Etiquette, Consulting Professor: Jasmine Desi, who holds several international certificates to provide training experiences in the field of international business protocols and diplomatic protocols, and postgraduate studies in international business management from the University of Florida – USA.

This session, which lasted for a week, targeted distinguished personalities of managers, ministers, rulers and dignitaries from different countries of the world. At the end of it, international certificates were distributed to the participants.

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