A succinct and direct guide written to assist the new professional with navigating the business world's unwritten code of behavior. It covers the following areas: general business etiquette, client dining and first impressions.
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Gretchen Neels is President of Neels & Company, Strategic Business Communication, a Boston-based training and consulting firm that assists companies with improving individual and organizational performance.Review:
Don't be deceived by the size of this booklet - all points made are extremely on-point and relevant, to both the new professional and those who've been on the job for a while and may need a quick refresh on what's acceptable and what's not in the workplace. Combine this with Business Etiquette 102 - 30 Certainly, Always Guidelines For Interviewing, Networking & Meetings, and you will have the perfect training tools for members of the Millennial generation who want and need specific instruction when it comes to managing their careers. --James Noyes, Ed.D.
Business Etiquette 101 is a terrific resource for our students. This small booklet offers readers 30 practical tips they can implement immediately, resulting in a new level of confidence in rising young professionals as they learn what s acceptable, and what s not, in the workplace. Direct and entirely on-point, Business Etiquette 101 is a must read for today's Millennial generation. --Megan Houlker, Director Career Services, Babson College
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