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eBook Women, Work, and the Art of Savoir Faire: Business Sense Sensibility (Library Edition) ePub

by Mireille Guiliano

  • ISBN: 1441701109
  • Category: Business Culture
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Mireille Guiliano
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.; Unabridged edition (October 13, 2009)
  • ePub book: 1984 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1852 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 654

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Mireille Guiliano is the bestselling author of French Women Don't Get Fat, French Women For All Seasons, and Women, Work & the Art of Savoir Faire.

Meets or exceeds the good condition guidelines. Mireille Guiliano is the bestselling author of French Women Don't Get Fat, French Women For All Seasons, and Women, Work & the Art of Savoir Faire. Born and raised in France, she is married to an American and lives most of the year in New York and Paris. She is the former President and CEO of Clicquot, Inc.

Mireille Guiliano is the bestselling author of French Women Don't Get Fat, French Women For All Seasons, and Women, Work & the Art of Savoir Faire.

Mireille Guiliano acknowledges and addresses differences between men and women in work without any kind of. .The only way I think I can accurately sum up "Women, Work, and the Art of Savoir Faire" is its a book written about by a chic grandma.

Mireille Guiliano acknowledges and addresses differences between men and women in work without any kind of political agenda - which I loved. I wanted to recommend this book to all the people I took a library management class with last semester - men and women. Impossible chic, if that makes me sound like less of a curmudgeon.

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Mireille Guiliano, internationally bestselling author of French Women Don’t Get Fat and former senior .

Guiliano offers every reader the practical advice she needs to make the most of work without ever losing sight of what is most important: feeling good, facing challenges, getting ahead, and maximizing pleasure at every opportunity.

The bestselling author of "French Women Don't Get Fat" brings her delightful sensibility and practical advice to working women.

Fire your boss : leaders and managers - Zen and the art of business(life) - The art of coping - (Business)women and men are different - Eating for business and pleasure - Making it. The bestselling author of "French Women Don't Get Fat" brings her delightful sensibility and practical advice to working women. Includes bibliographical references and index. The reflecting the original book.

Women, Work & the Art of Savoir Faire: Business Sense & Sensibility. French Women For All Seasons. French Women Don’t Get Fat ®. Meet Paris Oyster: A Love Affair with the Perfect Food. With French Women Don’t Get Fat, Mireille Guiliano wrote the ultimate non–diet book on how to enjoy food and stay slim, sparking a worldwide publishing phenomenon. Now, in her first-ever cookbook, she provides her millions of readers with the recipes that are the cornerstone of her ring, simply prepared dishes that favor fresh, seasonal ingredients and yield high satisfaction.

Women, Work and the Art of Savoir Faire : Business Sense and Sensibility. by Mireille Guiliano.

Business Sense & Sensibility. When Mireille Guiliano became a senior executive and spokesperson for Veuve Clicquot, she took the Champagne to the top of the luxury market, using her distinctive French woman's philosophy and style. Now she uses those same talents and savoir faire to help readers pop their own corks and get the mostout of life.

<p align="center"><big>From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of French Women Don't Get Fat comes every woman's guide to navigating the world of work, living the good life, and savoring every minute of it.</big><br />

When Mireille Guiliano became a senior executive and spokesperson for Veuve Clicquot, she took the Champagne to the top of the luxury market, using her distinctive French woman's philosophy and style. Now she uses those same talents and savoir faire to help readers pop their own corks and get the mostout of life. Drawing on her experiences at the front lines and highest echelons of the business world, she gives women (and a few men, peut-être) the practical advice they need to make the most of work without skimping on all the other good things in life.

With lively lessons, stories, and helpful hints, Mireille teaches every reader how to identify her own passions and talents, improve her communication skills, balance work and life, cope with everyday stress, turn herself into a winning brand, and so much more. From acing a job interview or performance review to hosting a simple but elegant dinner party, Mireille tells it like it is as she shares her secrets for achieving happiness and success at any stage in business and life.

Stylish, witty, and wise, Mireille segues easily from the small details to the big picture, never losing sight of what is most important: feeling good, facing challenges, getting ahead, and maximizing pleasure at every opportunity.

Comments

Fohuginn Fohuginn
i'm a man, got the book because I enjoyed the "dont get fat " very much. I just started reading it, but I'm anxious to share my pleasure so far. this book has a lot of common sense stuff that we seem to forget over the years, actually a good and pleasant reading for a man too ( I'm 54 ), I would definitely strongly suggest this reading to college kids or everybody in his 20's. But like I said, myself at 54, I really enjoy the reading, beside sharing her experience how she climbed and approached her career ( and this in the super competitive New York and male environment ).
Armin Armin
Great reading, entertaining, and it has sensible tips. I do agree that balance is crucial, whether at work or in my private life. I have incorporated her suggestions of balancing out my diet, such as if I over indulge one day, the next I cut back a bit. I also pay more attention to pamper myself a bit, which often times falls short with being a working mom and mother of a toddler. But I try to take care of myself so that I feel balanced and centered, which translate to a better wife and mom. Also, I slowly make my own style and pay more attention to what really works for my appearance, rather than trying to fit into the images that I see on magazines and TV.
FLIDER FLIDER
Having read "French Women Don't Get Fat," I decided to pick up this book. I regret it.

The appeal of the former: its philosophy was different than that of American culture and so was insightful in bringing a new perspective/approach.

This book: not so much. It's common business sense and not particularly interesting. Too much about her own achievements, too much fluff. I found myself skimming the book for the headlines of the chapters, then finally just putting it down.
Siralune Siralune
Perhaps my expectations were higher than they should have been, but I felt rather let down by the end of the book. Mireille Guiliano seems like a lovely lady; very chic, very enthused with life and happily willing to share all this with us and for that I am appreciative, but I read her book almost immediately after finishing Ivanka Trump's business book and so don't laugh when I say that although they may seem poles apart in the generation stakes these ladies were very similar in their advice; putting in the hours, hand written notes and behaving like a lady. . . I think I was expecting something a little more profound from Ms. Guiliano given all her years in business and life; the secret of how to obtain that "je ne c'est quoi" would have been nice - this vital ingredient which chic, stylish older women tend to exude, and which is of course called confidence. Maybe that is why Ms. Trump's book is not dissimilar - both these ladies exude oodles of confidence.

Of course it could also be that the advice given by both women is simply timeless but needs to be said in a variety of ways to capture each new generation or to remind those of us who've been around a while that old-fashioned methods still work. . . A nice read if you've not read any business or lifestyle books in a while.
Whatever Whatever
Candid, yet pleasant reminder of the common sense so few actually put into practice. It’s a quick read, well worth the time.
Not-the-Same Not-the-Same
I enjoyed reading this book during my college years and decided to order one for a friend who recently graduated college. It is a light & fun read and Guiliano highlighted some etiquette tips which helped her maneuver through her professional career. I recommend it for young professional females everywhere.
Jay Jay
Mirielle Guiliano was the CEO of Veuve Clicquot Champagne. I am interesed in successsful, powerful business women who manage to retain their female side. Ms. Guiliano clearly understands the importance of innovation, branding and quality control for managing a company. Yet, she never feels like she has to be "one of the boys" in order to be successful. All of the ideas in the book clearly support this concept.
I wish I had heard and listened to this advice years ago! Bought it for my niece who is just graduating college. I recommend this to anyone who is seeking to better themselves personally.