Don't Take the Last Donut

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By: Judith Bowman

"Judith Bowman has written the definitive business etiquette guide." --Success Magazine
"Don't Take the Last Donut provides all you need to know so that you don't lose your job position or business deal." --Colorado Springs Business Journal
Don't Take the Last Donut gives you the tools you need to be confident and letter-perfect in any business setting- from pitch to presentation, from networking to contract negotiations, and everything in between.
With this book, you will easily master the art of small talk, the protocol of the perfect business introduction, and the many nuances of the business lunch. You'll learn:

  • The protocol of the proper business introduction...even if you have forgotten someone's name
  • The art of creating a positive first impression
  • How to manage an awkward moment
  • The vast differences in rules of etiquette around the world

Plus, in this paperback edition: a new appendix, showing readers how to exceed expectations in the workplace and go from fine to fabulous. In this age of economic uncertainty, every edge counts.

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