Get the edge that comes from adding polish to your presence
How to Ace an Interview
In this highly competitive market, it’s more important than ever to make the right first impression in that all-important interview.
Knowing how to present yourself, and having an awareness of proper etiquette is key to giving you that extra edge. Secure your place at the top of the list with this special workshop with Lisa Gaché.
In this 90-minute training, you will learn:
- What to expect — how to stay present and read the signals
- The right questions to ask (and some of the wrong ones)
- How to present your most professional genuine self
Wednesday, September 9th or Wednesday, November 4th
1:00–2:30 pm (PT)
LIMITED SEATS — Reserve Yours Now!
Get the full 4‑week Professional Series
Interviewing skills are just the start…
How to Ace an Interview is included as part of Lisa’s new 4-week professional series, OUTCLASS THE COMPETITION.
There’s never been a better time to invest in yourself, and learn to navigate the social cues and hidden pitfalls that can prevent you from attaining your professional goals.
Founder and CEO of Beverly Hills Manners, Lisa Gaché is a nationally recognized etiquette coach and lifestyle expert. She provides practical modern day solutions and helps clients use the power of social intelligence to enhance their lives, both personally and professionally.
Based in Los Angeles, Lisa has become the credible “go-to” resource for the media and entertainment community. With gentle humor and a refreshing no‑nonsense delivery, she helps her clients with tips, tools and guidance to help them know how to act and feel comfortable in every social situation.
Lisa has advised Oscar®-winning celebrities, and high profile brands such as Mattel, Tiffany & Co., Burberry, TJX Companies, American Girl, Beverly Wilshire, and the Hotel Bel-Air.
Lisa’s debut book, Beverly Hills Manners: Golden Rules from the World’s Most Glamorous Zip Code, was recently updated for its paperback release.
“Highly recommended! While Lisa’s dining etiquette class meets virtually, it is live, interactive, and engaging. At times I forgot we weren’t all in the same room — which was a wonderful feeling during a pandemic. The course is a great value and I learned and retained a lot. The most enjoyable aspect is Lisa herself. I never felt judged by her when I was trying to use proper etiquette. Lisa’s ethos, which she models consistently, is that manners is about making others feel comfortable, which is such an important message right now. How we behave impacts others — even at the dinner table — and it’s so important to be welcoming, respectful, and to show up for our fellow humans, even if it’s virtually.”
“The team LOVED you!”
“Thank you for your invaluable mentorship and guidance. The staff took away so much from the etiquette workshop. You brought to light so many of our daily oversights. You are amazing at what you do and we look forward to working with you again.”
“Lisa was extremely professional and provided valuable insight and expertise. She was exceptionally comfortable speaking with editors and a natural in front of the camera, communicating key messages and representing our client effectively. We would highly recommend Lisa for corporate partnerships and media opportunities.”