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This book tells executives (and others) how to behave in business situations. Baldrige discusses traditional points of etiquette (e.g., making introductions and using proper forms of address), but also gives guidelines for other types of behavior, such as dressing appropriately and planning a meeting. The result is a comprehensive handbook on business manners which combines protocol with common sense. Baldrige, who revised The Amy Vanderbilt Complete Book of Etiquette and who served as Jacqueline Kennedy's chief of staff, writes in clear and entertaining fashion. This useful book deserves a place in most business and etiquette collections. Wendy Allex, Central Arkansas Lib. System, Little Rock
Copyright 1985 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
Ann Landers Letitia Baldrige...the premiere authority on etiquette in America today...whose books are considered gospel.
Executive Book Summaries Who should read this book? Anyone who mingles with other people.
Henry Kaufman internationally renowned economist and financial advisor Essential for all who aspire to move up the ladder...especially today, when business relations are more intricate and involve people not just on the local but the international level.
American Bookseller The first complete guide to manners at work shows people and companies how to perform flawlessly in every business situation.
Time America's leading arbiter of manners.
Think it doesn't matter how you write thank you notes or eat lunch with the boss? Think again! This book outlines the why's and how's of executive manners. Read morePublished on April 13 2004 by Subtleldy
for event planning and forms of address. I highly recommend it those new staff members in government.Published on April 20 2003
This book describes a world that most business people do not inhabit. It is stuffy and irrelevant. Business etiquette is based on business situations that constantly evolve. Read morePublished on April 18 2002 by ebd9242