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Emily Post's The Etiquette Advantage in Business: Personal Skills for Professional Success, Second Edition Hardcover – May 3, 2005
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About the Author
Peggy Post, Emily Post’s great-granddaughter-in-law, is a director of The Emily Post Institute and the author of more than a dozen books. Peggy writes a monthly column in Good Housekeeping and an online wedding etiquette column for the New York Times.
Peter Post, great-grandson of Emily Post and a passionate golfer, is the author of the New York Times bestseller Essential Manners for Men, Essential Manners for Couples, The Etiquette Advantage in Business (with Anna Post, Lizzie Post, and Daniel Post Senning), and his weekly business etiquette column Etiquette at Work in the Boston Globe. The father of two grown daughters, he lives with his wife in Vermont.
Top Customer Reviews
Say you are traveling abroad for the first time. This book covers etiquette on various continents and in different countries.
It is absolutely worth a read, whether you are a beginner or a CEO.
This has reminders on many situations which will allow you to brush up and be a good reflection of your company.
With this edition having been published in 2005 it covers current trends that need to be addressed that are still new to this society. (Situations like . . . telecommuting, customer relations, cell phone usage, electronic communication, even highlights for international business)
I recommend this as a good desk companion to have on hand for those situations where you want to make sure you are making the proper impression.
My mother used to tell me, "I love you but I want everyone to love you, that's why you must learn to eat, and speak and dress with correctness. That's called etiquette." In case your next meal is scheduled at the White House, or in the private dining room of The Bank of England, then this book is for you. Only a rare corporate dining room like that of Thermo Fisher Scientific has been democratized in the 21st Century world of corporate etiquette, so any minor employee may be sitting near the CEO. In that case this book will help you very much. If your next upcoming lunch-date is at McDonald's, don't bother with this book. In summary, this book can help you in many ways, and it will certainly not hurt you. This book is a good investment if you are serious about climbing that ladder. Don't leave for the office without it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I ordered this book for a course I took at ECU. The book helped me ace the course, so it did it's job!Published 6 months ago by Christina
Provides a clear and concise summary of how successful people are expected to behave in a variety of settings.Published 11 months ago by Alan Espinosa
Highly recommend this book to anyone in the Business world.Published 15 months ago by Debra Cliburn
After watching my daily trashy televion aka Shahs of Sunset, one costar was dissing another girl for being trashy and recommended throwing an Emily Post book at her. Read morePublished on December 17, 2013 by Wow...Wow
Extremely superficial. Nothing anyone mediumly cultivated would not know at a young age. Minimum info on international etiquette. Highly overated, in my opinion.Published on February 26, 2012 by maquetas romero