Honor & Respect: The Official Guide to Names, Titles, and Forms of Address

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Protocol School of Washington, 2013 - Business & Economics - 554 pages
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The Most Comprehensive Reference Of Its Kind Available In English • Professional forms of address for correspondence • Social forms of address for invitations • Forms for address for couples and former officials • Guidelines for name badges, place cards, and introductions • Government officials from more than 180 countries: from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe including elected, appointed, retired, and former officials • Military: armed services personnel including enlisted as well as commissioned officers and retired officers • Diplomats and representatives to international organizations • Ruling royal and noble families from every current form of government: kingdom, sultanate, duchy, principality, emirate, and others • Native American tribal leaders many for the first time in print • Religious officials: Many widely available here for the first time including: Baha'i, Buddhist, Chaplains, Christian Orthodox, Christian Science, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Hindu, Jehovah's Witnesses, Jewish, Muslim (Shiite and Sunni), Protestant Christian (Anglican, Episcopal, and others), Roman Catholic, Salvation Army, Seventh-day Adventist, Sikh, and Zoroastrian • 70-page glossary including terms such as air marshal, bailiff, curate, elector, flag officer, governor-general, internuncio, legate, mufti, notary, privy councillor, rector, solicitor, viceroy, and many, many more • Abbreviations and post nominals: academic, honorary, decorations, orders, how to use them, and more • Precedence and joint forms of address

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About the author (2013)

Robert Hickey, deputy director of The Protocol School of WashingtonŽ (PSOW), has been conducting protocol trainings and workshops since 1988. With the Protocol School, he has taught more than 4,000 graduates from 58 countries. He trains not only in Washington, DC, but also in locales as diverse as: Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago; Abu Dhabi and Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Erbil (Kurdistan), Iraq; and Ankara, Republic of Turkey. A senior master trainer in the PSOW's protocol courses, he teaches a wide variety of topics including titles and forms of address, expanding on the topics covered in this book. Mr. Hickey is a graduate of the University of Virginia. He has also served as: coordinator of publications at George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia; art director at Acropolis Books, Washington, D.C.; art director at Graphic Image, Melville, New York; and an instructor in the Publication Specialist Program at George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

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