Social skills survival guide: a handbook for interpersonal and business etiquette

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Broadman & Holman, Jun 15, 2003 - Business & Economics - 163 pages
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Sixty percent of Americans now rate manners and politeness as the most important quality to encourage in children. Since the 1960s youth revolution, our society has increasingly sought personal gratification without regard for the needs of others. Young adults see road rage, airport rage, and general outrage all around them. They need a Christian-based guide to steer them into "loving others as they love themselves." Social Skills Survival Guide will help young people learn the rules of good manners and give them confidence based on who they are in Christ.

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June Hines Moore is an author and consultant trained in business and social etiquette. She has twenty years of experience in hosting workshops and seminars for thousands of individuals and various corporations. Moore lives in Little Rock, Arkansas.

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