The Etiquette Edge: The Unspoken Rules for Business Success

Intelligence, ambition, and skill can take you a long way to achieving your career goals but no matter where or with whom you work, one of the factors most essential to your success is knowing how to act and interact with your colleagues In the modern workplace, if you lack good communications skills, social savvy, and a sense of appropriate behavior, you ll be going nowhere fast The Etiquette Edge gives you a clear, commonsense approach to making good behavior a competitive advantage Packed with quizzes, helpful checklists, and clear examples, this practical book shows you how to Make a great impression on bosses, and get along with enemies Deliver uncomfortable to convey information with tact and finesse including condolences Turn your body language into a communication asset Register complaints without sounding like a troublemaker Skillfully schmooze your way to successd much Rather than dwelling on dry, nitpicky rules, The Etiquette Edge gives you the straight scoop on the most effective communication and behavior styles for negotiating the complex terrain of today s workplace and getting ahead
The Etiquette Edge The Unspoken Rules for Business Success Intelligence ambition and skill can take you a long way to achieving your career goals but no matter where or with whom you work one of the factors most essential to your success is knowing how to

  • Title: The Etiquette Edge: The Unspoken Rules for Business Success
  • Author: Langford
  • ISBN: 0814472427
  • Page: 426
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    1. I must admit that I didn't read this book much I stopped reading it for good after I was recommended to be a good colleague and to fill up the paper in the printer if I finish it. WOW great advise!

    2. This book covers etiquette basics for the workplace in less than 200 pages. I've read a number of etiquette books, so I have to admit I didn't find that many new concepts in the pages. I did enjoy reading it as a quick "brush-up" on things I tend to forget, though (like not trying to finish other people's sentences!!!). The book covers most of the topics you need to know for business etiquette. A few include:Non-verbal communicationCursing and LanguageListening SkillsCell phonesEmailTravelOf [...]

    3. Gave this as a gift to my 21 yr old Goddaughter. She read many passages out loud to us and absolutely loved it. Very helpful for young up and comings that don't know much about the corporate world and the do's and don'ts associated with success in the workplace. Lots are also helpful in just regular day to day dealings with people too. Great book for anyone that wants to make a good impression the first time out of the gate!

    4. Great for a teen at that first office job.This book is really geared toward an indoor, office workplace, although the habits and recommendations are important for anyone working on their interpersonal skills, in any area.The tips boil down to:+ Keep your emotions under control+Be more formal than others+Be discreet and prudentGreat advice!Good sections on body language and how to respond to a sudden shift in body language. Very good section on expressing condolences and how to leave a job.

    5. Our skills, experience and ambition all play a significant role in taking us where we want to go but the proper etiquette can give our careers that much needed boost. To get ahead and enjoy success in today’s workplace, there’s one thing you need to do. You need to get along with everyone in the organization – from the top executives down to your subordinates.In today’s fast paced business environment, it is so easy to get caught up in a myriad of things and forget that we all need to ta [...]

    6. This book seems to cover a lot of basic items. It doesn't not get very specific by providing any suggestions such as where to get a nice pen, which it recommends having. It contains a suggestion of bringing something to do while waiting for an interview, but does not provide any detail for recommended activities. The book does reference other books as good resources, which makes me feel like I should have just read those other books instead. The section on business travel is useful by provid [...]

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