Career Skills Library Professional Ethics and Etiquette by Ferguson Publishing
  

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Career Skills Library Professional Ethics and Etiquette by Ferguson Publishing

Developing professional habits and manners is more important now than ever before. Professional Ethics and Etiquette, Third Edition demonstrates how a professional is characterized not only by his or her technical skills, but also by the way in which he or she interacts with others. This new edition shows students how to determine different personality types (including their own) and how cultivating qualities such as fairness, attentiveness, modesty, and mutual respect in communication leads to productive and professional relationships. New to this edition are true-or-false quizzes in every chapter as well as a new appendix of helpful Web sites. The chapters include: Developing Self-Knowledge; Recognize Your Values and Ethics; Becoming More Reliable and Responsible; Achieving Professional Excellence; Be Aggressively Nice; Be a Learner; Improve Your Time-Management, Goal-Setting, and Memory Skills; and, Maintain Balance to Succeed in the Workplace.

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The advice is sound and the interactive style will appeal to teens...solid and engaging... - School Library Journal

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Format

Hardback
176 pages

Author

Ferguson Publishing
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Publisher

Chelsea House Publishers

Publication date

15th November 2009

ISBN

9780816077724


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