MODERN GERMAN TABLE MANNERS FOR EXPAT FAMILIES
The empathy and cultural understanding between the partners is playing an important role for your personal reation, you might be interested to develop.
You are invited at a new friends house for a dinner and are not sure about the "Do's and Don'ts".
This seminar provides you with all necessary information you need to know around the traditional table manners in German speaking families.
We will talk about everything concerning modern table manners:
- How tables are set
- How to understand a set menue
- The setting of the cutlery and glasses according to a 4 and more course set menue
- Special cutlery for special food
But we will also talk about:
- The secret languages of invitations: How to make sure, it will be understood.
- Who sits next to whom?
- What to wear?
- When do I arrive and much more important, what is the right time to leave the invitation?
- Tips and tricks for a suitable present
People, who are going to life in the German speaking area and are interested to know all about table manners.
Ulrike von Rohr, born in 1967, worked as an incentive- and event-manager for nearly 20 years and has international working experience. Her jobs took her to several countries, such as America, Africa, China and many European Countries. She lived and worked in Johannesburg/South Africa and Hong Kong/China for more than five years.
All her life she has been fascinated by culture and its “rules”. In 2008 she decided to become a “Business-Manner-Coach”. She has been trained by Inge Wolff, one of the well-known experts of this topic. Inge Wolff published several books about the subject “Modern Manners”. Since more than 25 years she is accepted as a specialist by journalists from print media TV or radio.
Mrs. von Rohr also has a university certificate as an “Intercultural Trainer” at the Friedrich-Schiller-University, Jena, guided by Prof. Dr. Jürgen Bolten.
She works mainly with adults in the business sector but also takes care of the families and children.
As she is a mother herself and she has lived in foreign countries, she is aware of the challenges the multicultural world brings. Therefore she wants to prepare people, so that they can find better access into this complex world.
At the moment she is the only German qualified person, who connects the knowledge of the German Business Manners and the intercultural aspect. She also knows that high quality business manners are not necessarily stiff. Therefor she conducts her courses with the right portion of humor.