Diddy Hires Etiquette Coach for His Staff

Diddy Hires Etiquette Coach for His Staff

The music magnate teaches employees the finer points

Published June 2, 2011

No one can ever say that Diddy doesn't have manners. The music mogul is requiring that his employees be schooled in the art of etiquette in order to work for him. According to the NY Post's Page Six, Sean Combs wants his staff to know how to behave in formal settings.


Diddy hired internal protocol expert Dawn Bryan to teach Bad Boy employees "how to hold chopsticks, how to present a business card in Japan, guidance on giving business gifts and how to choose wine, hold a wine glass and eat caviar."


The lessons have already taken place at Bad Boy's New York offices and will be required curriculum for new hires. So if you're aspiring to break into the music industry and hope to work for Diddy, make sure you hold your wine glass at the stem.


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Written by Kim Osorio


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