Working woman's communications survival guide: how to present your ideas with impact, clarity, and power and get the recognition you deserve

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Working woman's communications survival guide: how to present your ideas with impact, clarity, and power and get the recognition you deserve

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Essentially a how-to manual for learning good business communication skills, this book was inspired by the author's seminars for working women. Each chapter begins and ends with the same quiz designed ... Read full review

Contents

HOW TO BUILD YOUR SELFESTEEM
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Table of Contents
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Finding Your SELF
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About the author (1994)

Ron Zoglin has been in the antique business for more than 25 years and owns Brookside Antiques in Kansas City, MO. He specializes in various types of Continental, American, and Oriental porcelain, glass, furniture, and accessories. He is an accredited senior member of the American Society of Appraisers, a certified member of the Appraisers Association of America, an accredited member of the International Society of Appraisers, and a member of the National Association of Dealers in Antiques.

Deborah Shouse is the coauthor of "Working Woman's Communications Survival Guide" and a contributor to a number of anthologies, including the American Book Award winner "I am Becoming the Woman I've Wanted," Her articles and essays have appeared in "Redbook," "Family Circle," "Woman's Day," "Reader's Digest," "Family Life," and "Ms,

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