Judith Bowman Gives Employees the Tools to be the "Best in Class," Just When Companies are Hiring and Keeping Only the Best

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Knowing how to do the "right" thing in any business situation, whether it's during an interview or at the board room table, is crucial, and will allow employees to focus on their real goals of landing a new career position, or closing an important deal.

Don't Take the Last Donut: New Rules of Business Etiquette

Don't take the last donut! You never know, it might be part of the interview.

Knowing how to do the "right" thing in any business situation, whether it's during an interview or at the board room table, is crucial, and will allow employees to focus on their real goals of landing a new career position or closing an important deal.

In Don't Take the Last Donut: New Rules of Business Etiquette Judith Bowman gives business people the tools to be the "Best in Class," just when companies are hiring and keeping only the best of the best. Be confident and letter-perfect in any business setting--from pitch to presentation, from networking to interviewing and everything in between. With this book, employees will easily master the art of small talk, the protocol of the perfect business introduction, and the many nuances of the business lunch.

Don't Take the Last Donut unlocks the mysteries and benefits of business etiquette. "Weeding and feeding" permeates and resonates in today's business world. Companies are weeding (the less than stellar) and feeding (high performers.) Our book, "Don't Take the Last Donut: New Rules of Business Etiquette" speaks to nuances, or small ways, in which individuals stand apart to better compete in this, the most competitive business climate in history.

Go beyond simple good manners, and learn the tools of business protocol that allow you to move with confidence through any business setting and act with ease in any meeting or presentation. Employees will learn:

  • When and how to use e-mail and other tips for e-mail etiquette
  • The interview/meeting .. from the reception area to the meeting room
  • How to remember names and, what to do when you forget
  • What and when to eat at a networking event .. Hint: don't!
  • How to handle the business check, skillfully
  • Sitting and seating during an interview or meeting: how, when, where and, who is seated first
  • Telephone skills and telephone techniques

There is nothing "little" about the little things in business. Don't Take the Last Donut gives employees tips on turning those "little" things into terrific opportunities to stand apart and better compete.

Using business protocol wisely will set employees apart from the pack, and allow them to set the right tone in all of their business relationships.

"Judith Bowman has written the definitive business etiquette guide."
--Success Magazine

About the Author
Judith Bowman, founder of Boston-based Protocol Consultants International, is a veteran of protocol education. She provides training, seminars, personal coaching, and speaking services for small and medium companies, as well as Fortune 500 firms. She works with corporate executives and political leaders. Ms. Bowman is a graduate of Boston College.

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