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More Praise for The Essentials of Business
Etiquette
“Barbara has once again written an excellent and timely compendium of
stories, tips, and strategies that are invaluable for both new entrants in
business as well as older professionals who need to brush up and update
their business etiquette skills to meet the new demands of our society. A
wonderful, fun, and easy read!”
—Molly D. Shepard, MS, MSM, President and CEO,
The Leader’s Edge/Leader’s By Design
“Being aware of your personal brand is a conscious effort. The Essentials
of Business Etiquette offers clear, relevant advice on the ‘smart’ way to
build and maintain your brand. It also reminds us that how you present
yourself can be the differentiator in your success.”
—Maureen Duffy, Vice President, Corporate Communications and
External Affairs, American Water
“Barbara Pachter offers indispensable advice to professionals at every
level in their careers—from new graduates to CEOs.”
—Laura Stern, President, Nautilus Solar Energy, LLC
“Full of relevant, up-to-date information, The Essentials of Business
Etiquette helps readers effectively navigate the complex, ever-changing
world of social media. Through real-life examples and stories, Barbara
Pachter provides valuable insight into the best ways to leverage your skills
for professional advantage.”
—Teressa Moore Griffin, speaker, coach,
and author of LIES That Limit

“Barbara Pachter has once again written a very commonsense and easy-toread book to help executives and college students alike. Whether the
reader is looking for keys to advance in his or her career or looking for that
first job after graduation, this book has something for everyone. “
—Thomas W. Sidlik, Board of Directors Member,
Delphi Automotive PLC, Chairman Emeritus,
Eastern Michigan University

Other Books by Barbara Pachter
New Rules @ Work: 79 Etiquette Tips, Tools, and Techniques to Get
Ahead and Stay Ahead
When the Little Things Count . . . and They Always Count
The Jerk with the Cell Phone:
A Survival Guide for the Rest of Us
The Power of Positive Confrontation:
The Skills You Need to Know to Handle Conflicts at Work, at Home, and in
Life
Minding Your Business Manners
Prentice Hall Complete Business Etiquette Handbook
Business Etiquette
Climbing the Corporate Ladder:
What You Need to Know and Do to Be a Promotable Person

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