Search Results: 'social-and-business-hospitality'

Search

×
×
×
×
9 results for "social-and-business-hospitality"
Saying Thank You and Giving Back Social and Business Hospitality Connoissuer Frugal Living in the Most Expensive Cities in the World Acknowledgment and Reciprocity Etiquette for College and University Students By Harold Almon
Paperback: $19.95
Ships in 3-5 business days.
Welcome to a world of Saying Thank You Social and Business Hospitality Connoisseur Frugal Living in the Most Expensive Cities in the Wold Acknowledgment and Reciprocity Etiquette for College and... More > University Students. This book is about a world where everything is done in consideration of someone else. Discover fun ways to say thank you. The rule Saying Thank You is done is to be done in parts. Part I is about what is to be done during an event: attendance; meeting expectations and verbal acknowledgment. This book is about Part II of saying thank you: written acknowledgment & reciprocity: what is to be done after attending an event and before issuing an invitation. People are to be invited to share drink, atmosphere, food, and honor. Thank you for your indulgence. Best Wishes.< Less
Giving Back a Plan for Extending Hospitality Part II Connoisseur and Frugal Living in the Most Expensive Cities in the World Acknowledgement and Reciprocity Etiquette for College and University Students By Harold Almon
Paperback: List Price: $14.95 $12.71 | You Save: 15%
Ships in 3-5 business days.
This book contains information about Giving Back A Plan for Extending Hospitality Part II Connoisseur and Frugal Living in the Most Expensive Cities in the World Acknowledgement and Reciprocity... More > Etiquette for College and University Students. It covers things to do when making a plan for giving back to community.< Less
The Bar Restaurant Owner’s Guide to Doubling Profits & Loyal Regulars in Any Economy: Your Step-by-Step Blueprint for Attracting New Customers & Turning Them into Loyal Regulars By Nick Fosberg
Paperback: $19.97
Ships in 3-5 business days.
This book gives bar restaurant owners the most profitable ways to dominate their competition by using unknown low cost marketing strategies that turns new customers into loyal regulars.
Stand in the Way!: Patient Advocates Speak Out By Betty Tonsing
eBook (ePub): $8.99
Download immediately.
Patient advocates too often learn how to be one after being thrown into the deep end of a pool. Betty Tonsing’s riveting and real story – and that of 250 people who responded to her... More > survey plus twenty personal interviews – covers every possible medical experience and will help others who fi nd themselves in that deep end of the pool. If you are a patient advocate, you are not alone. After reading Stand in the Way!! Stories From Patient Advocates, you also will have the courage to know when to stand in the way. And you will no longer be ignored. Since we never know when we might be hospitalized, after reading these stories, you will never allow yourself to be admitted to a hospital or nursing home without your own patient advocate. As an accomplished researcher, management executive and global educator, Dr. Tonsing regards access to dignified, affordable and medically sound health care as matter of economic and social justice, and good business sense.< Less
Stand in the Way!: Patient Advocates Speak Out By Betty Tonsing, Ph.D.
Paperback: $18.00
Ships in 3-5 business days.
(3 Ratings)
Patient advocates too often learn how to be one after being thrown into the deep end of a pool. Betty Tonsing’s riveting and real story – and that of 250 people who responded to her... More > survey plus twenty personal interviews – covers every possible medical experience and will help others who fi nd themselves in that deep end of the pool. If you are a patient advocate, you are not alone. After reading Stand in the Way!! Stories From Patient Advocates, you also will have the courage to know when to stand in the way. And you will no longer be ignored. Since we never know when we might be hospitalized, after reading these stories, you will never allow yourself to be admitted to a hospital or nursing home without your own patient advocate. As an accomplished researcher, management executive and global educator, Dr. Tonsing regards access to dignified, affordable and medically sound health care as matter of economic and social justice, and good business sense.< Less
Success with Etiquette: Delightful Dining Etiquette! By Shawn E. Gilleylen
eBook (PDF): $14.95
Download immediately.
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
JOEL III Back To Normal By Ted Louis
eBook (PDF): $6.00
Download immediately.
Continuing the story where Joel and Family ended: several months have passed since the family returned from Houston after Joel’s stay in the hospital. His recovery from the worst effects of the... More > leukemia is progressing well. Crane Johnson’s foundation to assist in the adoption process of children in foster care is running smoothly, but has more applicants than it can help. Several of his social contacts lead to expansion of the foundation allowing them to expand the number of adoptions they can facilitate. Crane’s other business interests force him to relinquish day-to-day control of the charity. Many children who cross the family's paths are helped by their generosity and friendship. One of them is Ricky, a three year-old whose left leg is missing below the knee. He quickly becomes the family favorite. Disaster strikes when one of the boys is abducted on the way home from school. Crane brings all of his abundant resources to bear in the effort to find his son.< Less
Joel III Back to Normal By Ted Louis
eBook (PDF): $4.00
Download immediately.
Continuing the story where Joel and Family ended: several months have passed since the family returned from Houston after Joel’s stay in the hospital. Crane's foundation to assist in the... More > adoption process of children in foster care has more applicants than it can help. Several of his social contacts lead to expansion of the foundation allowing them to expand the number of adoptions they can facilitate. Crane’s other business interests force him to relinquish day-to-day control of the charity. Many children who cross the paths Johnson family are helped by their generosity and friendship. One of them is Ricky, a three year-old whose left leg is missing below the knee. Disaster strikes when one of the boys is abducted on the way home from school. Crane brings all of his abundant resources to bear in the effort to find his son. Joel’s friendship with a classmate blossoms into a romance, while Crane’s romance is thwarted at every turn.< Less
JOEL III Back To Normal By Ted Louis
Paperback: $15.95
Ships in 3-5 business days.
(1 Ratings)
Continuing the story where Joel and Family ended: several months have passed since the family returned from Houston after Joel’s stay in the hospital. His recovery from the worst effects of the... More > leukemia is progressing well. Crane Johnson’s foundation to assist in the adoption process of children in foster care is running smoothly, but has more applicants than it can help. Several of his social contacts lead to expansion of the foundation allowing them to expand the number of adoptions they can facilitate. Crane’s other business interests force him to relinquish day-to-day control of the charity. Many children who cross the family's paths are helped by their generosity and friendship. One of them is Ricky, a three year-old whose left leg is missing below the knee. He quickly becomes the family favorite. Disaster strikes when one of the boys is abducted on the way home from school. Crane brings all of his abundant resources to bear in the effort to find his son.< Less