Women, Work, and the Art of Savoir Faire

Business Sense and Sensibility
Narrated by: Mireille Guiliano
Length: 7 hrs and 16 mins
4.2 out of 5 stars (130 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

From a novice translator to CEO of the champagne house Veuve Clicquot North America, Mireille Guiliano shares her insights and experiences on how to work well. Whether it's balancing career and personal life, the pros and cons of risk taking, qualities of leadership, mentoring, the undervalued art of communicating, passion, etiquette, or style, Guiliano gives us a refreshing guide filled with advice that every working woman will need in today's economic climate.
©2009 Mireille Guiliano (P)2009 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Quick Reference Mentor

I found this very helpful, dispite knowing some things already. I loved hearing her personal stories, HONEST opinions, and advice about women and the workplace. It's still a male favorable world and it's nice to have some good advice and input from someone who's "been there, done that".

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Wow

I love all books by this author. She first captivated me with French women don’t get fat. She so elegant, completed and poised. This book is for women looking for a mentor one that tells you everything good and bad. She covers almost all topics. If I can choose one book that all women should read or listen to it’s this one. Thank you Mireille

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Career Advice From Your French Fairy Godmother

Author and narrator Mirelle Guiliano plays the part of the gentle, wizened, french-accented mentor in this great book of advice on the act of balancing career and life and doing it with style and class.

It's cliche these days, but it is still a man's world, especially in many work places and women are still struggling to find a way to fit in to the male-culture board rooms and golf courses. Guiliano shares her own, and other women's stories of how they made the workplace their own and succeeded.





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Savvy and Stylish

I loved every part of this book, as I have with all of Mireille's other titles. Her dynamic stories guide through advise on business, lifestyle, and of course food. Hearing the book in her own voice is quite a treat as it adds an additional layer of character. I recommend for any woman in business or man looking to gain a women's perspective.

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Charming!

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The best part of this book for me was that it was narrated by the author, Mireille Guiliano. I don't know that I really learned anything new but it was an enjoyable listen - just not one of my favorites.

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