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Power Etiquette by Dana May Casperson

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Chapter 9

Business Travel

Today’s business demands often include travel. You may be attending business conferences, conducting product or services presentations in other cities, representing your company at trade shows, or personally building business relationships. You are traveling as a representative of your company; leave all you meet with a lasting and positive impression by using good manners and Power Etiquette. Whatever your reason for travel, plan your travel so that you are relaxed and ready to work when you reach your destination.

Begin by establishing an efficient way to make reservations. You may choose to use a travel agent who has all your personal travel preferences such as seat choice, time of day to travel, new city arrival ...

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