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How to Mingle, Network, and Remember Names

Jacqueline Whitmore

St. Martin's Press

Previously published as part of Business Class.

Effective networking and business etiquette require study and practice before they becomes second nature but both are powerful, practical, and profitable skills you can use when it most counts to get a job, keep a job, or succeed on the job. It is a set of rules and guidelines that makes your professional relationships more harmonious, productive, manageable, and meaningful.

International etiquette expert Jacqueline Whitmore provides solid tips and tactics you can implement immediately for making good business connections—and keeping them—gleaned from the experience of a multitude of successful CEOs and top managers including.


Previously published as part of Business Class.

Effective networking and business etiquette require study and practice before they becomes second nature but both are powerful, practical, and profitable skills you can use when it most counts to get a job, keep a job, or succeed on the job. It is a set of rules and guidelines that makes your professional relationships more harmonious, productive, manageable, and meaningful.

International etiquette expert Jacqueline Whitmore provides solid tips and tactics you can implement immediately for making good business connections—and keeping them—gleaned from the experience of a multitude of successful CEOs and top managers including.


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HOW TO MINGLE, NETWORK, AND REMEMBER NAMES (Chapter 1)

Whoever said “You never get a second chance to make a first impression” was absolutely right. In business and in private life, we either consciously or unconsciously make judgments about someone’s professionalism, character, and competence based on first impressions. The best way to make a positive first impression, especially during first-time business encounters, is to be on time and be prepared.

Uncommon Common Sense

Give a firm handshake. Say “Please,” “Thank you,” and “Excuse
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

  • Jacqueline Whitmore

  • Jacqueline Whitmore is an international etiquette expert and the founder and director of the Protocol School of Palm Beach. Jacqueline has helped thousands of high-powered executives learn how to avoid the missteps and mistakes that may stifle their business relationships and tarnish their reputations. As the Cell Phone Etiquette Spokesperson for Sprint and the founder of National Cell Phone Courtesy Month in July, she makes radio and television appearances to educate consumers about the importance of cell phone courtesy. Jacqueline and her husband, Brian Gleason, live in Florida.

  • Jacqueline Whitmore
    Jacqueline Whitmore
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How to Mingle, Network, and Remember Names

Jacqueline Whitmore

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