The Legacy of Emily Post
Founded in 1946 by Emily Post and her son Ned, The Emily Post Institute, Inc. (or EPI for short), promotes etiquette in America and around the world. Spanning five generations, this family business maintains and evolves the standards of etiquette that Emily Post established with her seminal book Etiquette in 1922. Manners change over time and vary depending on location and culture. The Emily Post Institute studies this evolution and develops new manners guidelines based on core principles of honesty, respect, and consideration.
From a primary office in Burlington, Vermont, The Emily Post Institute maintains a 25 book collection, columns in Good Housekeeping, The New York Times, USA Weekend, and The Boston Globe, conducts seminars and trainings, and partners with businesses and non-profit organizations to bring etiquette and manners to a wide audience.
Emily Post Business Etiquette Seminars
Seminars from The Emily Post Institute give your team the social skills and refining polish they need to take their business relationships to the next level. Good business is built on great relationships, and great relationships are the result of knowing how to interact in ways that build trust and positive communication. Our business etiquette training teaches the behaviors that project confidence, consistency and trustworthiness.
Emily Post Business Etiquette Seminars are for everyone from the new-hire to the CEO. It’s for anyone who wants to navigate today’s business environment with increased emotional intelligence and reinvest in the skills that help build success relationships. Contact Dawn Stanyon today for more information.
The Etipedia® is our encyclopedia of etiquette, housing content from all of our published Emily Post Institute materials: books, surveys, videos, podcasts, magazine columns and online articles. Whether you are a bride-to-be looking for wedding advice, a new employee looking to brush up on business etiquette, or just want to explore a topic, your search starts here.