Books in category Business & Economics – Business Etiquette

  • Conflict Resolution at Work For Dummies

    Conflict Resolution at Work For Dummies
    Vivian Scott

    Tap into conflict resolution expertise — get an overview of conflict resolution at work and gain expert insight into how you can manage it like a pro Rediscover communication — find out how body language, tone of voice, emotions, and …

  • Who Killed Keyboard

    Who Killed Keyboard?
    Ron Dulek

    Who Killed Keyboard is an entertaining story with two different levels of meaning.

  • The Civil Corporation

    The Civil Corporation
    Simon Zadek

    This book is top drawer reading for business professionals, management students and academics, and activists and public servants.

  • Work 101

    Work 101
    Elizabeth Freedman

    In this straight-talking guide, MBA Elizabeth Freedman—an expert in corporate etiquette—shares the rules of the workplace that only veterans know: survival secrets that will help you avoid the common mistakes that can sink careers at …

  • Handbook on CEO board

    Handbook on CEO-board
    George R. Boggs

    Inside this handbook, you will find practical advice on achieving successful CEO-board relations, including how to appoint and elect candidates and develop new recruits, strategies for communicating effectively and addressing compromised …

  • Modern Rules of Business Etiquette

    Modern Rules of Business Etiquette
    Donna Gerson, David Gerson

    A guide to professional etiquette counsels readers on how to forge successful, productive relationships with business associates, including such topics as handling conflicts, communicating effectively, and business entertaining.

  • Doing Business with India

    Doing Business with India

    Now in its second edition, this is the most comprehensive guide available to business and investment opportunities and to all aspects of commercial engagement in India.

  • Consulting 101

    Consulting 101
    Lew Sauder

    Consulting 101 provides advice on:How to develop strong relationships with clientsHow to develop a sales focus early in your consulting careerHow to become a better communicatorHow to develop your personal brand to advance your career …

  • Business Class

    Business Class
    Jacqueline Whitmore

    Anyone in business, at the bottom or at the top, could benefit from this book." —Letitia Baldrige, author of New Manners for New Times: A Complete Guide to Etiquette and former White House Social Secretary in the Kennedy Administration …

  • Manners That Sell

    Manners That Sell
    Ramsey, Lydia, Dottie Walters

    In this comprehensive guide to mastering everything from professional relationships and correspondence to business attire and luncheons, the author demonstrates that interpersonal skills are as crucial to success as are innovative products …

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