Children & Teens
Children (Ages 7–12)
Manners Matter focuses on teaching manners as a demonstration of kindness, consideration, and respect toward others.Learn more
Teens (Ages 13-17)
Participants will learn the skills needed to help them navigate various social situations with ease and certainty.Learn more
Girl Scout Etiquette Badges and Patches
Manners Matter offers six interactive lessons designed to help your Scout Troop earn their badges and patches.Learn more
University and College
Help your students develop the confidence and poise they need to start their professional careers with the Dine with Class course.Learn More
Dining Etiquette (Adults)
Our Dine with Class course will give you the confidence for any setting whether as a host or guest at home, a business meal, in a restaurant, or a private club.Learn More
Business Etiquette (Adults)
The Outclass Your Competition classes are designed to help adults gain knowledge of business etiquette and soft skills.Learn More
What We Do
Manners Matter offers customized etiquette classes for children, teens, and adults ranging from introductions and communications, to fine dining tutorials, and business etiquette workshops. Our lessons are designed for participants of all ages with benefits ranging from learning proper behavior to being more confident in social and professional settings, all while learning civility and showing respect for others.
Thank you, Lisa. Having etiquette, respect, and kindness reiterated from a new person has been effective. Trip and Lux are looking forward to the final dining lesson tonight.
Lisa Geneser is truly an asset to our Summer Business Training for incoming Freshmen at Christ the King Jesuit College Prep in Chicago. Students learn and practice key business etiquette required for success in the corporate sector.
Thank you so much for an absolutely wonderful and thorough session! You shared so much wonderful information with the girls so pertinent to their 4th-grade lives. I loved your message of confidence, poise, and humility. We all need reminders to keep all 3 at the forefront of our minds.