THE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY by Marylin C. Burke

THE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Written by the secretary of Mrs. Dale Carnegie, this book is based on the premise that the greatest assets of an executive secretary are initiative, discretion, attractiveness, good manners, confidence and efficiency. Although the final section considers the minimal skills required, the bulk of this manual stresses personality development. A sensible and well balanced handbook for those who seek top secretarial positions.

Pub Date: Aug. 20th, 1959
Publisher: Doubleday