In today’s world, business etiquette is all about raising the bar on your personal brand, and there is nothing better than good manners to quickly and effectively do this. In fact, this book, #Next Level Manners, will make it easy to do.
Furthermore, if you are a millennial, this book is specifically for you!
The author, Rachel Isgar, knows and relates to millennials. She combined this understanding of millennials with her expertise on etiquette to create a book that is not your traditional here-are-all-the-rules-you-need-to-follow manual. Instead, it is a fun ride packed with valuable tips, witty illustrations and emojis, and solid information that you can take to the bank.
Because the objective of Next Level Manners is to make the people you interact with feel respected and acknowledged, you can imagine how these would be fail-proof strategies for elevating your personal brand and overall success.
So to all of you Millennials, listen up! We know you are all about next leveling your life in every way. This book will be a valuable resource to have in your library.
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When millennials join the workforce, they need Rachel Isgar on their team–because she is the one who can next level their manners, which next levels their success, and ultimately, next levels the companies they work for.
Isgar has been teaching etiquette for over a decade. Several years ago she developed etiquette workshops and programs specifically for millennials through her start up company Please Pass The Manners.
Additionally, Isgar shares her expertise through keynote speeches and her book #NextLevelManners: Business Etiquette for Millennials.
All of this to say that Isgar loves working with millennials, and they love how she raises the bar on their careers. Isgar has given millennial-focused workshops for several companies, including Rand, Whole Foods, and NBC Universal, as well as universities and organizations, including LA Concierge Association, South Central Scholars USC, LMU, Cal Poly and Azusa Pacific. Additionally, she has been featured in a variety of media, including CNN Money the Los Angeles Times and Readers Digest, and on NPR, Bravo, Univision, and CNBC.
Rachel is an active member of Visit Phoenix and the National Speakers Association.