28 Years of Training Individuals Around the Globe in Social Behavior
Why Final Touch
You spent years investing in your technical abilities. You are capable, hard-working, and positioned for success, but something is missing. How do you go from good to great? You need The Final Touch.
In 1989, Deborah King launched Final Touch in Seattle, Washington. For nearly three decades, Final Touch has been training dynamic individuals and corporations around the globe, and has become a trusted and sought-after resource on social behavior. We help leaders use behavioral science to increase their effectiveness and strengthen their relationships. We developed unique social behavior curriculum focused on authentic relationship building that culminates in a single question: How do you want to be remembered?™ Our curriculum goes far beyond the strict rules of etiquette taught at traditional finishing schools and offers a fresh, science-based approach to contemporary social skills, communication, personal branding, and image management.
Did you know that you do not have to answer every question you are asked?
“How much did that cost?” “Are you still single?” “How old are you?” “When do you plan to have children?” “Who did you vote for?” Handle cringeworthy questions like these with grace by following these three tips…
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“The impact of training can last a day, a week or perhaps a year or more. Deborah’s training was different and focused on core human values that will last a lifetime. Our engagement with Deborah has left an indelible influence on our team. After our engagement, many have commented on how differently they now approach and engage in a social setting. Everyone feels more confident, more comfortable and above all, we sharpened our appreciation for civility and etiquette both in our personal and professional lives. I recommend Deborah’s services without reservation and I’m grateful we were able to avail ourselves of her exquisite knowledge and professionalism.”