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And this is also a very up-to-date book.
Vicky, in her light-hearted and witty manner, will entertain you as she presents you with business etiquette issues, including potential problems and their solutions.
Buy it for a young professional just starting out or for anyone whose business success you truly care about.
It's an extremely good reference book and provides all the answers. If you follow its advice, you be much better prepared than most everybody else and you'll be safe.Published 2 months ago by Johnpix
I liked it - it provided a good cross section of answers to questions often overlooked. I particularly liked the way she used real situations in working through the questions.Published 13 months ago by Vicki Minor
The work place etiquette is always changing and this book provides some good advice for now. Elevator and ringtone advice included.Published 15 months ago by L.Kay
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The content was light-hearted but powerful. My fave line - when in Starbucks do as the Starbuckians do - pricelessPublished 15 months ago by Lori Nichols
My b-school professor recommended Vicky Oliver's book on business etiquette, and it was invaluable for my first foray into the "real world". Read morePublished 22 months ago by Mary
I got this book as a graduation present and absolutely loved it. It's both entertaining and smart. I had a really awful boss at one of my first jobs and Vicky Oliver really nailed... Read morePublished 23 months ago by PJL
I'm a freelance career coach and I ask all of my clients to read this book. It's excellent. Today's employees, particularly younger ones, haven't a clue about proper office... Read morePublished 23 months ago by PGB
Much of the advice in this book would be hilariously bad -- except that it's so dangerous it can ruin a career. Read morePublished 23 months ago by E. Williams
This was absolute horrendous. 301 awful examples of things most people would never do anyhow - such as: (#143) calling up a client's boss in an irate manner after they haven't... Read morePublished on August 29, 2011 by bookwormy2