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The Little Book of Etiquetteby Dorothea Johnson
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Never again hesitate when selecting a fork from a fancy setting, making a formal introduction, hosting a business dinner, or dining on awkward foods. Here's your chance to get it right - from how to hold your fork to how to eat an artichoke, you can now impress your boss and make Mum proud.
When can I begin my meal? How do I correctly eat asparagus? Whose glass is that? In The Little Book of Etiquette, etiquette and protocol consultant Dorothea Johnson provides the answers to these and dozens of other common questions about dining etiquette. From locating your bread-and-butter plate to negotiating a business lunch, here's a practical guide to dining in style.
Never again hesitate when selecting a fork from a fancy place setting, making a formal introduction, hosting a business dinner, or dining on awkward foods. The experts at the Protocol School of Washington will save you from embarrassing future faux pas!
About the Author
Dorothea Johnson is the Founder of The Protocol School of Washington®, the nation’s leading etiquette and protocol firm and the first and only nationally accredited school of its kind. Ms. Johnson has presented etiquette and protocol seminars and briefings to more than 50,000 individuals worldwide, and is the Resident Etiquette Expert for The Ellen DeGeneres Show. She has authored five books and is a frequent contributor to trade and business publications.
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