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**FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE**
Jennifer Musico
David Ratner Publicity & Publishing Consulting
917.685.2516
jennifer.musico@gmail.com
9/30/2014

“Don’t get caught unprepared. Knowing how to conduct yourself with civility and tact is an incredible advantage in today’s workforce. Don’t Burp in the Boardroom is a must-read for college grads as well as the long-time employee!”
Frank Shankwitz, Founder of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, retired Arizona Department of Public Safety Detective


Don’t Burp in the Boardroom:
Your Guide to Handling Uncommonly Common Workplace Dilemmas

By Rosalinda Oropeza Randall

Business etiquette book

Informative, inspiring, and humorous

Years ago, the office was a place where you wore a tie or a dress and didn’t dare refer to your boss by their first name. We all want to conform to the times and make the workplace an enjoyable, more relaxed environment, but how do we know when we’ve crossed the line into bad behavior?

Sassy, funny, blunt, and definitely not sugar coated, Don’t Burp in the Boardroom examines behavior in the workplace, from the warehouse to the top floor. While the outerwear may be different, the dilemmas from cubicle to corner office are the same.

Rosalinda Randall delves into common predicaments like food thieves, break room cliques, social media and electronics, office romances, and how to make a good impression when you’re new on the job. She also delves into the uncommonly common like catching your boss in an unfortunate position and how to avoid that one co-worker who always wants a hug.

In today’s fast-paced, crazy lifestyle we think we don’t have time for civility. We are a more casual society who doesn’t need all of that swanky talk. But Don’t Burp in the Boardroom talks about civility in a modern and realistic way. Rosalinda doesn’t offer a bunch of immovable rules; she offers options!

In the book, Rosalinda shares tips on:

  • Preparing for the virtual interviewing
  • 62 ways to upgrade your professional presence
  • Responding to chivalrous acts
  • What your ex-con coworker wants you to know
  • How to graciously accept criticism
  • Getting along in the cubicle world

Rosalinda Randall is a modern-day pundit on tact and civility. By lending personality and humor to an age-old and sometimes boring topic, Rosalinda has been successfully improving workplace environments and relationships by spreading civility and sharing enthusiastic and insightful advice for more than 14 years.

Rosalinda has been on a variety of radio programs, made guest appearances on several television programs and contributed and served as a source for publications like, Business Insider, Great Leadership, Small Biz Technology, Business News Daily, Glamour Magazine, The Business Journals, Fast Company, and Ser Padres (Spanish version of “Parents Mag”) on a variety of topics.

One of her favorite missions is helping formerly incarcerated women at a local non-profit organization regain skills for the workplace. When she’s not speaking to business audiences or college students, she enjoys taking improv classes, Tai Chi, and dancing. Rosalinda lives in Northern California.

Website: www.rosalindarandall.com
LinkedIn: Rosalinda Randall
Twitter: @rosalindatweets | Facebook: Rosalinda Randall (Author)

Telephone:  650.871.6200

Don’t Burp in the Board Room by Rosalinda Oropeza Randall
On-sale: November 4, 2014| Paperback| 378 pages
ISBN: 978-1939629357 | Price: $18.95 | Familius

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