Business Class: Etiquette Essentials for Success at Work by Jacqueline Whitmore (Hardcover - Jun 30, 2005). St. Martin's Press
(June 30, 2005).
Business etiquette is a powerful, practical, and profitable skill you can use when it most
counts to get a job, keep a job, or succeed on the job. It is a set of rules and
guidelines that makes your professional relationships more harmonious, productive,
manageable, and meaningful. Information
Business Etiquette For
Dummies (For Dummies (Business & Personal Finance)) by Sue Fox (Paperback - April 28, 2008). For Dummies; 2
edition (April 28, 2008).
This friendly, authoritative guide shows you
how to develop good etiquette on the job and navigate todays diverse and complex
business environment with great success. Information
Don't Take the Last
Donut: New Rules of Business Etiquette by Judith Bowman (Hardcover - May 2007). Career Press (May 2007).
Don't Take the Last Donut gives you the
tools you need to be confident and letter-perfect in any business setting--from pitch to
presentation, from networking to contract negotiations, and everything in between. Information
Emily Post's The
Etiquette Advantage in Business: Personal Skills for Professional Success, Second Edition by
Peggy Post and Peter Post (Hardcover - May
3, 2005). Collins Living; 2 edition (May 3, 2005).
Could a better understanding of etiquette have
prevented the Enron scandal? Well, lying to shareholders never constituted good manners in
anyone's book, nor good business sense, so perhaps. Information
Etiquette: A Guide to International Communication and Customs by Jeanette S. Martin
and Lillian H. Chaney (Paperback - Mar 30,
2008). Praeger Paperback (March 30, 2008).
Written for people traveling on business or
pleasure, students, government and military personnel, Global Business Etiquette offers a
resource for understanding the dynamics of cross-cultural communication and etiquette. The
book is designed to help business travelers successfully navigate the subtle interactions
that can set the stage for profitable long-term relationships. Information
Kiss, Bow, or Shake
Hands (The Bestselling Guide to Doing Business in More than 60 Countries) by Terri
Morrison and Wayne A. Conaway (Paperback -
Jul 24, 2006). Adams Media; 2 edition (July 24, 2006).
In a global economy, it is crucial for
business people to be sensitive to cultural differences. And although the best reason for
doing so may be ethical, it's great for business as well! This is an invaluable book for
"doing well while doing good" in your intercultural relations, covering the
protocols of appointments, business entertaining, greetings, forms of address, gestures,
dress, and gifts in 60 of the nations you're most likely to be doing business.
Power Etiquette: What
You Don't Know Can Kill Your Career by Dana May Casperson (Paperback - Mar 22, 1999). AMACOM (March 22,
good manners are good business. This
no-nonsense "manners reference" refreshes readers on everyday etiquette and
makes sure they're on their best behavior. Information
Professionalism: Real Skills for Workplace Success by Lydia E. Anderson and
Sandra B. Bolt (Paperback -
Jan 7, 2007). Prentice Hall (January 7, 2007).
Extends beyond a typical resume/job search
book to seamlessly emphasize the relationship between resume development, job search
skills, and human relations. Developed with input from industry leaders, it addresses
topics readers need to know when entering the workplace and fills the NBEA
Professional Development Requirement. Information
The Etiquette Edge:
The Unspoken Rules for Business Success by Beverly Langford (Paperback - Jul 1, 2005). AMACOM; 1 edition (July
To be successful today, we must continually
work on keeping the personal touch in our relationships with our associates up and down
the organization. This book targets those people who want to take their communication
effectiveness to the next level. Information
The No Asshole Rule: Building a Civilized Workplace
and Surviving One That Isn't
(Paperback - Oct 23, 2008). Business
Plus (October 23, 2008).
This meticulously researched book, which grew
from a much buzzed-about article in the Harvard Business Review, puts into plain language
an undeniable fact: the modern workplace is beset with assholes. Information
The Power of Nice: How
to Conquer the Business World With Kindness by Linda Kaplan Thaler, Jay Leno, and
Robin Koval (Audio CD - Jan 2007).
Blackstone Audiobooks; Unabridged edition (January 2007).
Authors Thaler and Koval, the CEO and
president of a large advertising agency, take turns narrating chapters in this book about
using kindness in the business world. Their conversational style gives one the feeling of
being in their presence and participating in a discussion. Information
Why Business People
Speak Like Idiots: A Bullfighter's Guide by Brian Fugere, Chelsea Hardaway, and Jon
Warshawsky (Hardcover - Feb 22, 2005). Free
Press; 1 edition (February 22, 2005).
Dull, verbose, evasive language that disguises
empty-headed clichés with jargon-drenched hype is pilloried in this diverting indictment
of everyday business-speak. The authors are consultants, and their familiarity with the
subject, enhanced through their side job peddling "Bullfighter" anti-jargon
software, gives their irreverent critique a funny, knowing edge. Information
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