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One Minute Manners One Minute Manners

3.42 of 5 stars 3.42  ·  rating details  ·  24 ratings  ·  6 reviews
What makes the difference between an ordinary professional and an extraordinary one? A mastery of business manners. That's why Ann Marie Sabath's pocket-sized guide to business etiquetteemergencies is indispensable for new hires and college graduates just starting out, as well as a valuable tool for career veterans looking to add finesse to their workplace repertoire.
ebook, 144 pages
Published February 13th 2007 by Broadway Books (first published 2007)
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While a lot of the situations in this book will never apply to me since I won't be entertaining Japanese clients or eating my fromage in the socially acceptable order, the parts about following up with employers, introduce people without knowing their names and disengaging oneself from a bore are sure to come in handy.

This gets four stars just because each little lesson takes about twenty seconds to read. yay!
This is truly a no-frills business etiquette book, written by one of the pioneers of corporate etiquette training. Some of the situations covered are truly gasp-worthy, making me glad that, as much of a social oaf as I am, at least I never did *that*!
This book pretty much delivered exactly what I expected. There were some useful tidbits I took away from it (mostly items pertaining to office related etiquette and attending seminars, etc.), but since I do not do a lot of traveling for business or a lot of meeting with clients, those parts, while interesting, were not relevant to my needs. The book also contains a lot of common sense reminders regarding etiquette, which would certainly come in handy for people who need a refresher!

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I think this is great for a short read and quick tips. I believe some information is outdated and certainly a lot of it will not apply to my situations. However it was a decent book.
Quite a useful book for the workplace -- and for any large organization that includes people of different experiences and cultures (whether ethnic, religious or dress code). Worth reading and rereading. It would also be a great gift for anyone starting his or her work life.
Jason Hamilton
Be straight-forward, professional, and polite. That pretty much summarizes the book. Now putting it into practice is a different story..
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