Item description for My First Book of Business Etiquette by Alan Axelrod...
Business Etiquette—simple as A, B, C.
The perfect little primer for today’s busy executive, My First Book of Business Etiquette offers essential advice and practical tips in a format even a child could understand! Alan Axelrod is the author of the Business Week bestsellers Patton on Leadership and Elizabeth I, CEO, in addition to many other books on business, management, communication, and Amercian and military history. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
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More About Alan Axelrod
Alan Axelrod is a renowned historian and business writer. He was the co author of the New York Times bestseller What Every American Should Know About American History as well as the BusinessWeek bestsellers Patton on Leadership and Elizabeth I, CEO. He has written extensively on the Civil War.
Alan Axelrod currently resides in Atlanta, in the state of Georgia. Alan Axelrod was born in 1952.
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Reviews - What do customers think about My First Book of Business Etiquette?
You've Got to Have A Sense of Humor About It . . . Jan 9, 2006
This "chunky" book (with cardboard pages, like the kind you'll find any 3-year old chewing on), is fabulous. You've got to have a sense of humor though. It's the kind of thing you give as a parting gift to a crappy boss -- or as a half-joke gift to a recent college grad. The info in it IS actually good, but it isn't comprehensive. I don't think it's meant to be. I must say that several of my friends and I have had a good laugh over this book, and we've gotten a little good advice from it too -- a combination which makes it worth every penny to me.
Not exactly what I expected Dec 12, 2004
I purchased this book as a gift for my sister who is "making the transition from dorm room to board room" so to speak, so I thought this would be the perfect book for her. However, when it arrived in the mail I took a look at it and saw that it was not at all what I had envisioned. First of all, the book is a hardcover book with "hard" pages inside...or what they normally would call a "board book". It's a book I would normally think of purchasing for my two year old daughter. It's not a chapter book at all. It's very short- 23 pages to be exact! Since it was so close to Christmas time, I didn't know if I should go ahead and keep it and give it to my sister or return it to this site.com- so I decided to read it. (Believe me, it didn't take long.) Now I must admit, overall, the book has some really great advice about business etiquette. It's just, like I said, not what I expected. It's more of a book I would think to buy a 15-18 year old, not a 25 year old. If I had known this book had been so short and made of cardboard or whatever, I wouldn't have purchased it. However, after reading it I do admit that the advice is worthy. It's just a very short book for $9.95. Just wanted to warn everyone- be careful before you purchase this.