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Success with Etiquette: Delightful Dining Etiquette! By Shawn E. Gilleylen
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In today’s business world, more and more business is conducted over restaurant tables than boardrooms. Part of the professional process is being able to understand proper table etiquette and... More > how to present oneself in a sophisticated and proper manner while eating. Dining with a client, colleague, or superior is an opportunity to get to know the individual on a personal level to your strengthen business relationship. Employers and clients are observing your social skills, character, and acumen. The way you behave while dining is a reflection of how you conduct business. This charming book explores all aspects of dining etiquette from place settings, silverware savoir-faire, napkin placement, seat assignments, dining styles, body language at the table, food faux pas, eloquent conversation, host/guest duties, toasts, invitations, the art of thank you, and more… Discover the finer points of dining to dine with delight, charisma, and sophistication!< Less
A Guide to Protocol and Etiquette for Official Entertainment: Department of the Army Pamphlet 600–60 By Department of the Army
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This pamphlet provides the basics of proper protocol and etiquette for formal social settings, including state dinners. Using this information as a foundation, one should feel at ease in such matters... More > as calling cards, introductions, invitations and responses, official dinners, seating and precedence, forms of address, and arranging visits for VIPs. Intended as a guide for officers, civilians will also find these guidelines very useful. Included are many helpful diagrams, charts and tables such as attire/occasion comparison data, dietary restrictions of foreign guests, titles and forms of address for American officials, seating arrangements, invitational form and forms of response to invitations. The appendices include such invaluable aids as a list of the correct official toasts to be rendered each head of state and a table of social precedence ranking anyone at all who might conceivably sit at an official dinner. This booklet is in fact an encyclopedia of social knowledge.< Less
Etiquette, Pocket Edition By Agnes H. Morton
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Handy pocket edition of this timeless nineteenth century classic book about manners. Topics covered include wedding etiquette, greeting cards, evening parties, entertaining and chaperoning.
Etiquette, Pocket Edition By Agnes H. Morton
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Handy pocket edition of this timeless nineteenth century classic book about manners. Topics covered include wedding etiquette, greeting cards, evening parties, entertaining and chaperoning.
EtiquetteFemme: Dining Etiquette By Akilah Easter
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Etiquette elicits self-awareness, and a person who is well trained in etiquette exudes confidence and charisma that is seen and recognized by many. No matter how well-versed you are in societal... More > rules, we can all benefit from being reminded of the proper attire for an event, to always send thank you notes, and the questionable which fork to use. This book is far from the 500-page etiquette books, it is the beginning in a series of short eBooks to come. Instead, I have focused this short eBook on dining etiquette for the modern entertainer and diner. We will review specific common questions that are asked with regard to dining etiquette.< Less
Strip joint etiquette for the learning impaired By Tya Keith
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The text manual that kicks like a docudrama. Ever wanted to know how a strip club is run? Well, now I have put pen to paper to show you how to do just that. Everything you wanted to know about strip... More > clubs is in this step by step book, in plain English. From the ground up, all aspects of this endeavor, from the owners to the customers, are described. Included is my experience in the industry as example to support my theory. This literature is definitely not for the squeamish. I write this raw and real. You will be given the facts as I dispel all of the myths.< Less
Strip joint etiquette for the learning impaired By Tya Keith
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The text manual that kicks like a docudrama. Ever wanted to know how a strip club is run? Well, now I have put pen to paper to show you how to do just that. Everything you wanted to know about strip... More > clubs is in this step by step book, in plain English. From the ground up, all aspects of this endeavor, from the owners to the customers, are described. Included is my experience in the industry as example to support my theory. This literature is definitely not for the squeamish. I write this raw and real. You will be given the facts as I dispel all of the myths.< Less
Advanced Dining Etiquette Business Dinner Etiquette Eating in Courses Business & University Dining Etiquette II By Harold Almon
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Advanced Dining Etiquette Business Dinner Etiquette Eating in Courses provides an excellent opportunity to learn or brush up on business & university dining etiquette II: advanced and basic... More > rules of etiquette for Business Dining: Dining Stations and Lines,Rules for Name Badge Placement,Notes on Handshaking, Handling Cocktail Food,Mock-Tail Introductions,Getting Business Cards,Number of Courses,Setting an Advanced-Formal Place Setting,Flatware Rule of Three & Rule of Ten,Napkin Rules,Eating Continental Style,How to Eat a Four Course Meal,Chicken Manners, Eating Salad with the Third Fork, Saying Thank You and Reciprocity, and more. This is written because the more your climb the corporate ladder the more dining protocols matter. There comes a time to transcend cafeteria behaviors and café ways, and to display rules of etiquette for business dining. Eat on a higher tier. Business dining is a ritual at which more than eating is done. On the way to the top there are stations and lines at which to stop.< Less
Bad Customers: A Guide to Customer Etiquette By Sara Vance-Hogan
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Any retail worker can relate to the contents of this little book. Every customer--essentially any human being to walk this planet--should read this guide in order to better them self...or else suffer... More > the wrath of a retail worker who has finally cracked because that last darn customer wouldn't leave the store at closing time. Inside this book are examples of bad customers, real-life events, and advice on what you should and shouldn't do in order to be a good customer. Humorous and true, this guide is sure to educate and entertain. -- To download this book for free, please visit rvances.com. -- Also available for Kindle.< Less
Flawless Dining Service Dining Etiquette for College and University Students Dining Service Flawlessly Provided By Harold Almon
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Welcome to a world of Flawless Dining Service Dining Etiquette for College and University Students Dining Service Flawlessly Provided: a world where everything is done in consideration of someone... More > else. Discover fun ways to serve your table. This book was written for two reasons. 1.The rule has always been, more than, “Serve from the left (leaving.") and “Remove from the right (retrieving.)” 2.Saying Thank You is done in two parts. Part I is about attendance: meeting expectations and verbal acknowledgment: verbally saying, “Thank you.” Part II is about written acknowledgment and reciprocity: This book is about what is to be done during your event. Best wishes with it. Serving is to be done with flair consideration and distinction. People are to be invited to an event to share drink, atmosphere, food, and honor, and to enjoy each is why a person is to accept an invitation. Were it not for these expectations, we would need larger battlefields. Thank you for your indulgence. This way please.< Less