From the Internet and e-commerce to contract work and globalization, the way we work and communicate is changing constantly. Still, one essential fact remains: We must pay attention to the little things the details that demonstrate that we know how to communicate and interact with others on a professional level, regardless of our position or occupation. In this book, longtime business communications consultant and trainer Barbara Pachter offers 601 essential ways to approach every business situation and relationship with confidence and ease. With its empathetic tone and entertaining real-life anecdotes, When the Little Things Count . . . and They Always Count offers inspiration and advice to help get us to the next level of professionalism and success.
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About the Author
Barbara Pachter is a business communications consultant, coach, and seminar leader who speaks nationally and internationally on topics including assertiveness, business etiquette, international communications, conflict, women's issues, and presentation skills. She has conducted over 1,500 skill-building seminars for clients including Microsoft, DaimlerChrysler, Merck & Co., NASA, and Pfizer, Inc. She is the coauthor of five books on business etiquette and communication skills, including The Prentice-Hall Complete Business Etiquette Handbook, The Power of Positive Confrontation, and The Jerk with the Cell Phone. She lives in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
Susan Magee, an award-winning writer, is the author of the humorous travel guide UFO USA and the coauthor of several other books, including Why Can't You Read My Mind? and, with Barbara Pachter, The Power of Positive Confrontation and The Jerk with the Cell Phone. She lives with her family outside of Philadelphia.