Company Manners: How to Behave in the Workplace in the '90s

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Crown Trade Paperbacks, 1992 - Business & Economics - 243 pages
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The unwritten (until now) rules of business conduct have changed. In Company Manners, a successful executive separates the do's from the don'ts in the '90s. Includes sections on sexual harrassment, family leave, flextime, strategies for surviving mergers, reorganizations, and corporate warfare. Advertising in Executive Female.

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Company manners: an insider tells how to succeed in the real world of corporate protocol and power politics

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This book was written to disclose "the booby traps, the secret words, the clubby attitudes that make up company manners.'' The author's background and status in the corporate world enable her to do ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Establishing Company Manners
5
The Maverick and the Entrepreneur
20
Copyright

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Wyse writes "Wyse Words", a weekly column for a Universal News Syndicate.

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