Week of Charm Schedule
Tuesday- January 29, 2013
Intercultural Communication Panel- 7:00 pm 32-155
As the U.S workforce grows in diversity, an understanding of how various cultures communciate is critical. Join us for a conversation about the importance of learning how to prevent and or repair miscommunications and misunderstandings as well as how to communication with others of different cultures within the workplace. Gain tips from the distinguished panel presenting:
Christy Anthony- Director, Office of Citizenship
Neal Hartman- Senior Lecturer, Managerial Communication, MIT SLOAN
Christine Kelly- Senior Lecturer, Managerial Communcation, MIT SLOAN
Heather Paxson- Associate Professor, Anthropology
Wednesday- January 30, 2013
*Semi Formal Etiquette Dinner- 6:00 pm R&D Commons
Charm School presents its annual Etiquette Dinner. Learn the ins and outs of dining etiquette and table conversation while enjoying a complimentary meal. Dress is semi-formal. Vegetarian options available upon request.
*Advanced sign up required
Thursday- January 31, 2013
Dating Etiquette Workshop - 12:00pm W20- Coffeehouse Lounge
Dating can be difficult. Come to this session to share your thoughts and questions about flirting, asking somebody out, dating, and building a solid relationship. Learn how to develop skills that will help you find that special someone.
Friday- February 1, 2013
20th Annual Charm School 12-5pm W20-- 1st, 2nd, 3rd floors
Participate in mini-classes on a wide variety of "charming" subjects. You may even earn your "Ch.D." (Doctoral degree in Charm). Classes are rolling, so stop by at any time during the five-hour period.
Click here to sign up for the Charm School workshops.