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on July 6, 2003
The Posts cover business etiquette so well that anyone will benefit from the information in this book. A terrific job in every respect!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on April 12, 2003
This book is very informative! It contains many practical applications that we all take for granted from time to time. Subjects such as non-verbal communications, eye contact, introducing acquaintances...this book has it all! And it's appicable to every aspect dealing with people, both socially and in a business setting! A true survival guide...it boosted my confidence, and has boosted my career to new heights!!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on April 14, 2002
This book is filled with practical advice for practically every occasion. I bought The Etiquette Advantage years ago, and it helped me tremendously. Now, I work in Career Counseling and have passed along the information to many grateful people.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on January 22, 2002
We provide this book to undergraduate students enrolled in a business-engineering program to prepare them for situations they may encounter in their first jobs. These situations frequently fall into the "what you don't know you don't know" category of student knowledge.
Besides preparing them for their first encounters with formal behavior in "informal" business situations (often in job interviews), this book we believe will serve as a useful reference for them as they advance into management. The book is well-organized and well-written. It covers a number of very specific situations that, even if they never occur in one's direct experience, convey the elements of common sense and consideration that underly all etiquette.
The authors thankfully avoid spending time on how to arrange the seating at a state dinner or how to address the Belgian ambassador, a common mistake in books of this genre. What they offer is practical, useable advice on the types of real social interactions that occur in business. A very useful book and well worth the price. Definitely five stars.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on January 17, 2002
A friend gave me this book, and I could barely quit browsing it. Some of the information may be old hat, but the book works as a comprehensive guide to business etiquette. And the witticisms buried here and there gave me a good laugh.
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on January 17, 2002
A friend gave me this book, and I could barely stop browsing. Some of the information may be old hat, but the book works as a comprehensive guide to business etiquette. Also, the witticisms buried here and there gave me a good laugh.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This is by far the best business etiquette book on the market. The freshness and depth of the Writing and Speaking chapters alone make it worth the price. Never stodgy, the book covers all the bases with clarity and wit.
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on April 18, 2001
Recent graduates and seasoned professionals alike will benefit from the concise and helpful coverage of every conceivable etiquette question in this hefty volume. No matter how much one thinks one knows, there is always a situation that will stump even the most experienced businessperson. Not to worry, as the answers are all here.
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on June 26, 2000
A must-read for anyone who aspires to handle challenging business situations with skill and grace. The Posts provide guidance in navigating the choppy waters of the business world with intelligence, candor, and skill. Most importantly, they let you know which practices are relevant, which are obsolete, and what you must know about the changing face of etiquette as technology advances and the world becomes closer. Their message--that highly effective people are also courteous people--is truer than you'll ever know. The next time you have a client dinner or a staff meeting, thumb through this book first. You'll be glad that you did! --Isadora Fox
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on April 25, 2000
This is the complete and full listing of Etiquette in Business. The Posts have done a great job of bringing together a great deal of information into an easy to read format. - Clint Greenleaf, author of "Attention to Detail"
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