Edwards Etiquette

Civility and Leadership Training for Youth

Welcome to Edwards Etiquette 

Edwards Etiquette is Detroit's leading youth coaching company and authority on modern manners.

Since 2008, we have provided instruction in social graces, confidence building and leadership training through workshops and seminars.

We don't just teach correct behavior, we explain 'why' good behavior is necessary and the consequences of bad behavior.



Today's children and teens will one day in the not so distant future be running banks, active in politics, accomplished CEO's of Fortune 500 companies, successful business owners and/or healing the sick. 

Edwards Etiquette provides the building blocks for success with courses, workshops and seminars that develop social skills to transform today's youth into tomorrow's leaders.

Students will learn the importance of proper behavior, self-respect and consideration for others which are essential leadership qualities.

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Have You Ever...

  • Spent the first several minutes of a dinner looking from place setting to place setting, trying to figure out which bread or glass is yours? 
  • Just passed the salt and received a strange glare from everyone at the table? 
  • In a moment of hunger, reached for the bread, water or gravy boat that was just a little too far away? 

When children learn to eat with good manners, they will be less likely to offend, and more likely to impress, when they find themselves in pivotal social situations later on in life. 



Personal presence may be difficult to define, but we all know it when we see it.

Someone walks into the room and people step aside.  Conversation opens up to include them. When they speak, people applaud or chime in.

While it’s often experience that helps a professional get their foot in the door at a new job, it takes more than skill alone to be truly impactful at most organizations and situations.

The way you appear and behave in an employment setting can send a number of different messages to hiring managers and colleagues. Did you know that employees who demonstrate personal presence are often perceived to be more competent and knowledgeable?