Manners Matters. Improve your business dining skills to match your professional skills! A Dining Etiquette Workshop


Posted by OMA on 10/01/2014

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We all know proper museum etiquette such as phones on silence, no bulky bags, pencils only, no flash photography and so much more. In addition, as a museum professional you have developed important professional skills, but do you know business dining etiquette?

Come to this workshop and increase your dining skills to match your professional skills. Whether you are going to a lunch with your peers, patrons or partners, you need to make sure you know your dining manners. Know the fine points of business dining etiquette by attending our luncheon hands-on workshop taught by instructor, Dianne Davis of TulNet. This training will be very hands-on and will showcase what museum professionals should do and should not do in a business dining environment. Impress your donors and astound your friends with this dining etiquette workshop.

About the speaker: Dianne Davis is a Meetings and Marketing consultant with over 25 years of sales, marketing, and operational experience in the travel, meetings and events industry. For the past twelve years, she has owned her own business and assists major corporations, organizations, and associations in producing successful meetings and events. 

Monday, November 3

Oklahoma City Museum of Art
11:30 a.m. Registration and Networking 
12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Luncheon and Workshop

Cost is $50 for eligible OMA members and $65 regular rate.

Emerging professionals are encouraged to attend. OMA members can apply for a scholarship here.  The deadline to submit is October 21.

Space is limited. Register online here by October 24  

Thank you to the following for their support of this program: Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Oklahoma Museums Association Membership and Development Committee, Oklahoma Arts Council, Kirkpatrick Family Fund, Continental Resources, Oklahoma City Zoological Park & Botanical Garden.