#Guy Code

by Michaela Launerts

Publisher: New Holland Publishers

Publication Date: January 25, 2018

ISBN: 9781921024603

Binding: Hardback

Availability: 7-14 Days

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#GUYCODE speaks to Mr Millennials everywhere - the switched on social media generation who are lacking essential social skills for the real world. Helping develop the confidence needed to become the best version of yourself, this book enables the reader to interact with all sorts of people without the anxiety and awkwardness that seems to prevent us from achieving our personal goals. In this technological age, competition for employment is fierce. In order to stand out from the crowd, you need to be personable. Ironically, the social media phenomenon has led to a rapid decline in people’s social skills. We live in a time where face-to-face contact has been replaced with cyberspace presence and connecting with friends means disconnecting from reality. Now, more than ever, the need to learn how to behave in contemporary social and professional settings in order to be able to thrive within them is critical. If social skills are the building blocks of confidence and character, then the ability to communicate effectively is the VIP ticket to personal success. Learning about manners, social graces and conduct will not only enable you to develop confidence, it will make way for the realization that you have the potential to contribute meaningfully to theworld and live a happy, fulfilled life. Michaela Launerts has extensive experience in Secondary Education and the Cosmetics Industry. Having identified a strong link between the motivation to succeed in school-leavers, and a strong set of social skills, she set up a program to help young people flourish in confidence, character, and conduct. Michaela has developed courses that re-defines where the bar is set regarding basic manners, professional conduct, and social etiquette. She teaches young people that learning manners, social graces and how to conduct themselves in professional and social circles is an integral part of one’s personal development.