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Modern Manners: Tools to Take You to the Top

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Author : Dorothea Johnson, Liv Tyler
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Description : From the world-renowned etiquette expert and her granddaughter, Liv Tyler, an elegant guide to 21st-century manners and etiquette for professionals who want to be confident and successful in the business and social arenas.nbsp;Developing good etiquette and manners is an important investment in your future. They allow you to feel at ease in any situation–and give you the polish and confidence to become a leader. Etiquette expert Dorothea Johnson’s essential dos and don’ts address both 21st-century and classic questions, including:* acing job interviews* giving confident handshakes* making conversation* proper business attire and meeting protocol* e-mail etiquette, including what to post–or not–on social media* how to deal with rude cell phone users* conducting a meeting at a restaurant* attending business or social events* table mannersWith style, wit, and delightful commentary throughout from her granddaughter, Liv Tyler, on everything from being a good guest to finding a balance with technology, Modern Manners is the must-have guide to ensure your success.From the Hardcover edition.

Global Energy Dilemmas

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Author : Mike Bradshaw
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Description : Todayrsquo;s global energy system faces two major challenges: how to secure the supply of reliable and affordable energy; and how to rapidly transform to a low-carbon, efficient and environmentally harmless energy supply. In this rigorous and illuminating book, Michael Bradshaw explores the key aspects of the current global energy dilemma and examines how it is playing out across the major regions and countries of the world. The book begins by charting the development of the current global energy system – exploring its key characteristics with a focus upon energy security and the relationship between energy, economic development and climate change. The next four chapters offer in-depth analyses of four distinct global energy dilemmas in different parts of the world: the challenge of sustaining affluence and decarbonising energy services in the high-energy economies of the developed world; the legacies of the centrally planned economy and the consequences of liberalisation in the post-socialist world; growing energy demand and emissions growth associated with the emerging regions; and finally, the quest to provide universal access to modern energy services in the developing world in a manner that is both economically and environmentally sustainable. Identifying the governance structures and policy options available to tackle the global energy dilemma, the book concludes that only an integrated approach – sensitive to regional issues – can reconcile the interests and needs of those facing differing energy challenges across the world today.