While teaching people how to be socially savvy is my passion, it is rewarding to be recognized for a job well done. Here is what others are saying ….

Business Leaders Women’s Organizations Church Groups Youth Leaders & Parents

Business Leaders

Zig Ziglar: “I highly endorse Joy Weaver as a professionally certified etiquette and protocol expert, trainer, and speaker. Joy’s sessions are high energy, fun, and filled with valuable information needed by people in all walks of life. I encourage you to put her timeless techniques into practice and if you do. . . I truly will See You At The Top!”

Trish Martineck – Vice President and Director of Communication, HKS, Inc: “Thank you for presenting at our “Work Strong” event at HKS. Your presentation was excellent. I received numerous phone calls and e-mails touting the benefits of the overall seminar noting specifically your “first impressions,” “boardroom protocol” and “dine like a diplomat” sessions. Thanks for bringing to light, “you don’t know, what you don’t know.”

Gregory Pynes, Meeting Planner Association: “Joy epitomizes the best practices she teaches as a protocol expert. For Joy, the art of protocol is not just a business, it is a way of life that she practices everyday. Joy’s style is perfect for the Junior League crowd or the engineers at TI as her method of imparting her knowledge is in a manner that allows the individual their own comfort and style in being a success in their professional and personal interactions.”

Greg Hext, CEO/Founder at Chapman, Hext & Co., P.C. “Joy did an excellent job of helping our employees focus on their image and how to present themselves in a variety of business environments. I She worked with them on their image, dress, etiquette and presentation. Our employees got a great deal from the presentation and she did a wonderful job of getting them engaged and excited during the presentation and process. We would highly recommend her to anyone looking for someone to bring this type of training to their employees or management group.”

Nicki Davis, Texas Security Bank“I highly recommend Joy Weaver. She is an expert in her industry and you will walk away with valuable tips you can immediately put into practice. Her book is a resource everyone needs to read, the information will help you in every aspect of your life.”

Scott Street, President and CEO, Duncan Regional Hospital: “I highly recommend Joy Weaver as an etiquette expert and speaker. Joy has a wealth of information and presents it in a way that captivates and motivates her audience. I thoroughly enjoyed her seminar as well as her book. Her heartfelt presentation really kept us on our toes.”

Jenny Darley, MBA Career Management Center, SMU Cox School of Business: “Joy’s Dress for Success presentation to our MBA students played a very important role in properly preparing them for successful entry into the business world.”

Dan Sanders, CEO, United Supermarkets: “What a wonderful presentation to our leadership meeting. It was among the highlights of the meeting and we have had nothing but positive feedback from all of those in attendance. We are most grateful for the time you spent with us.”

Tim Tunes – International Association of Business Communicators: “Joy Weaver’s expertise and skill as a presenter are eclipsed only by her engaging personality. She makes the potentially stuffy subject of etiquette approachable, interesting and fun. Joy will captivate your audience, whether at a business meeting or a corporate training session. And what she teaches will stick.”

Women’s Organizations

Shannon Bettis, Sterling Bank Women’s Business Initiative DFW Metroplex: “Joy Weaver personifies the eloquence, and professionalism every woman desires to have in protocol! Her personable approach will absolutely capture your attention and challenge you to rise to a higher level on the social etiquette scale. Our members especially enjoy having her very practically written book- “Just Ask Joy… How to be Socially Savvy in All Situations”, as a regular personal and professional reference.”

Janet Ventura, Chairperson for Sherman Women’s Crisis Center Fundraising Luncheon:  “Joy is a true treasure! Her energy, enthusiasm, and love for speaking is evident as soon as you meet her. Her message was right on target…informative and humorous. Our door is always open to her!”

Vickie Henry, Fellowship of Professional Women Director: “Joy’s presentation for Fellowship of Professional Women was extremely informative, entertaining, and inspiring.”

Mary Brown, Attitudes & Attire “You are awesome! The ladies loved the presentation, and your topics were perfect for everyone.  We all learned something, and we will definitely be “more polished”.  I found the concept of being “un-offendable” very interesting and so relevant.  I truly appreciate you taking time out of your busy schedule to share your message with our clients.” 

Church Groups

Dr. Ronnie W. Floyd, Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church of Springdale and The Church at Pinnacle Hills, Arkansas and Founder-Leader of the Northwest Arkansas Summit for Business Persons: “Joy Weaver communicated enthusiastically and effectively to several hundred business leaders in our region. We followed that session with an in-depth time with our Staff Team where she was powerful and greatly received by everyone. If your organization or team is looking for someone to take them to excellence in all things, Joy Weaver can do that successfully. We will have her back one day soon.”

Dr. David McKinley, Prestonwood Church Teaching Pastor: “Joy Weaver lifts the bar and challenges all of us to live by a higher standard. She adds value to people, purpose to effort and quality to life. She is positive, poised and productive. I believe any group or organization will benefit from time invested with Joy. I commend her with every confidence of progress and greater success.”

Beverly Dillow, Women’s Ministry Director, Kelview Heights Baptist Church – Midland, Texas: “What a treat it was to have Joy Weaver at our Holiday In-Style at Kelview Heights Baptist in Midland, Texas. Joy not only shared information on social etiquette in a fun interactive way, but her testimony was moving as well. Joy is someone that will encourage and stir your ladies to be a woman of grace and beauty as they pursue being a woman after God’s own heart. Joy is what she represents, style and grace with a heart for God. Our ladies are still talking about her and hoping she will be back soon.”

Cheryl Davenport, Plymouth Park Baptist Church, Women’s Ministry: “Joy’s presentation was high energy and fun, and we are still talking about the social skills that she shared with us at our ladies retreat. Her beautiful spirit and charming personality light up the room whenever she steps on the stage.”

Sallie Sweenie, Grace Community Fellowship: “I continue to hear great reports from your day in Brenham. I was really encouraged by the questions and the response from the ladies. It is a much needed teaching for today and again I say, you have the anointing to deliver it. Thank you again so very much for coming to us and blessing us with a message (teaching) for us and generations to come!”

Chrissie Dunham, Director of Women’s Ministry Prestonwood Dallas, “Joy’s name is perfect for her style and presentation.  She bought joy to our Christmas event!  She polished our women with party savvy and taught them how to be a socially savvy in all situations. I see women putting into practice the things that we learned that night.  I will definitely have her back to speak to our women again!”

Youth Leaders & Parents

Ida A. Gephart, Director of the Plano Symphony Debutante Program: “Joy facilitated a correspondence and social etiquette session for our Plano Symphony Debutante class. She was energetic, wonderfully entertaining and very informative. It’s rare to capture the attention of high school juniors, but Joy kept them involved every minute. The debs learned valuable etiquette tips that will serve them well when they go to college and subsequently enter the business world. Thank you Joy!”

Jan Gibbons, Home School Parent: “I home school our daughter and last year my daughter and I decided to customize our health curriculum to include some training regarding manners. I found Joy’s book and presented it to my daughter, Meredith, and we both decided that it would be a good choice. We both read it and enjoyed it as it addressed, concisely, various situations (social and corporate) and the protocol for each. I had looked for etiquette books before, and my kids had felt they were outdated and stiff. Your book was fresh and highly applicable. Again, thanks for writing such a timely book.”

Cindy Bruner, Heart of Dallas- National Charity League Chapter – Dallas, Texas: “Thank you so much for speaking to our Heart of Dallas NCL Chapter yesterday. I am getting great feedback from mothers and daughters! My daughter is a pretty tough sell and she thought your presentation was one of the best we’ve ever had. Thank you – I think I got a few points in her book for having secured you as the speaker (believe me, credit helps with a teenage daughter!)”

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