“Business Etiquette Secrets is a fresh, well-structured book, providing the reader with a clear outline of absolutely all aspects of protocol. It is a must-read for anyone who aspires towards a professional ascension.” – H.E. Cristina Balan, Former Ambassador of Moldova to the USA
“It’s true! Not everyone has a ‘God-given’ talent for etiquette, but my friend Isabelle Vladoiu has both talent and blessing from God and shares the Business Etiquette Secrets as a friend and a professional that will turn any lack of talent into your business treasure! I have seen Isabelle apply her etiquette secrets in several diplomatic settings and witnessed how she turned partisanship into friendship for causes that really matter. Read, study, memorize this book, and find that Business Etiquette Secrets will open doors for you, too, that have been previously unimagined!” James E. Schaefer, Franklin Fellow, U.S. Department of State, and Chaplain, U.S. Army
“I have traveled the world on business for decades. I wish Isabelle’s book had come out before I made some of the faux pas that are only humorous in hindsight. Some are costly. Thank you, Isabelle for helping the rest of us get it right!” – Brian J. Grim, Ph.D., Founder and President, Religious Freedom; Business Foundation
Business Etiquette has, for ages, helped people crack lucrative deals or get that dream job. The lack of knowledge of Business Etiquette, however, has led to people losing many game changing, career and business growth opportunities. If you want to get noticed in a conference or a networking event, if you want people to walk up to you and say ‘Hello’, if you want to be surrounded by people when you talk, if you want to leave a lasting impression on influential people, if you want to learn how to communicate effectively (both verbally and in writing), then you need to become a master of Business Etiquette.
Some people think that Business Etiquette is equivalent to the knowledge of table manners and which fork to use when, but fortunately, that is not the case. Business Etiquette is about standing out in the crowd, knowing exactly how to blow people’s minds, knowing exactly how to stamp yourself in people’s minds so that they remember you for a long time to come. Business Etiquette is about presenting yourself in such a way that people can’t take their eyes off you. Business Etiquette is about ruling the party, being the Hero, being the one everyone wants to talk to, mesmerizing everyone with your mannerisms, your style, your language, your approach.
Strong knowledge about Business Etiquette can lead you to become the star of the show. Unfortunately, many think that only some have this ‘God Given’ talent. What they don’t know is that “Business Etiquette Is A Skill That Can Be Developed”. All you need to have are the right tools to build this muscle of Business Etiquette and you can become UNSTOPPABLE.
This book gives you step by step instructions on how to build that muscle, especially focusing on
● Most common definitions in Business Etiquette
● Rules of business etiquette in oral communication
● Rules of etiquette regarding business cards
● Rules of etiquette in written communications
● Protocol at social events. Hosting guests. Rituals and toasting etiquette
● Dress codes and protocol
● Table etiquette
Isabelle Vladoiu is the founder of the US Institute of Diplomacy and Human Rights. Working for about 10 years in the field of NGO diplomacy, she is recognized for her outstanding professional work experience, playing a leadership role in different organizations such as the International Union of Bilateral Chambers of Commerce and Industry, and United for Human Rights Washington, DC. Currently, she shares her expertise on diplomacy and human rights with individuals, policymakers in Congress, foreign government officials, diplomats, and leaders of international organizations.
In 2018, Isabelle received the President’s Volunteer Service Award, a coveted award from the President of the United States of America. Other awards include letters of appreciation from governors, U.S. Senators and Representatives, local legislators, and other non-governmental organizations. She represented the USA at the United Nations in 2017 and 2018 as Youth Ambassador for the International Human Rights Summit. In 2015 she received the Merit Award for Economic Diplomacy.