From September 24th to October 1st, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate, and their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte are visiting Victoria, BC, and to remote First Nations communities, impoverished urban neighbourhoods and a play date for their children with military families on the grounds of Victoria’s Government House.
I was interviewed on CBC News Vancouver on September 20th by Andrew Chang, on Royal Etiquette. Check it out »
Elizabeth had the honour and the privilege of being selected as the Etiquette Consultant to Steven Spielberg’s The BFG movie.
Elizabeth’s role as the Etiquette Consultant was to advise the cast and crew on the unique aspects of etiquette in the Royal household, to make the set and scene as authentic as possible.
The entire experience was exceptional and rewarding for Elizabeth, and she thanks all those involved who made this adventure, and entry into the exciting world of movie making, possible.
Congratulations to all!
Miss BC 2016
Elizabeth Etiquette offers advice and coaching to individuals, families, and organizations to help them incorporate courteous life skills into everyday living encompassing everything from everyday manners to basic business and social etiquette to fine dining.
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Proper etiquette makes a world of difference
Etiquette, the rules and conventions that regulate social and professional behaviour, is the foundation for success in all aspects of life. It affects how we relate to and are perceived by others and, ultimately, the opportunities we are given.
- For children, it can mean being invited to a friend’s birthday party or included in play dates.
- For teenagers, it can mean gaining entrance into a desired school or being hired for a part-time job.
- For adults, it can mean getting a promotion that leads to a more comfortable lifestyle or having better customer relations and business success.
Etiquette is not something you are born with
Everyone can have good manners:
It’s just a matter of learning the rules.
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Ann Elizabeth Burnett, the Founder and President of Elizabeth Etiquette, holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Leadership. She is an Etiquette and Grooming Consultant, Certified Children’s Etiquette Trainer and Certified Breakthrough Coach™.
Ann Elizabeth is also etiquette trainer to the contestants of Miss BC, a Mentor with Futurpreneur Canada (formerly CYBF) and a Co-Founder of Isaiah’s Foundation of Hope.