Local author and founder of TLC Business Solutions, Sue Gee, has announced an open book signing of her debut leadership and management guidebook Who’s Driving the Bus? at the Lexicon Bookshop in Douglas on Saturday 7th December, from 11:00am to 12:30pm.
Due for release on 3rd December this year, Who’s Driving the Bus? leadership and management is a self-authored leadership manual which arrives after three years in the making and draws upon Sue’s extensive experience in leading businesses and training leaders at corporations around the world. In it, the author takes a unique approach to developing individual skill-sets which is informed by her key principles of communication, teamwork, self-awareness, personal responsibility and proactivity in one’s ideals. The book itself offers balanced and easily accessible content which is complemented by a bold, highly stylized and easily navigable layout designed to offer a leadership guidebook and training resource which is both convenient and comprehensive in its approach.
Sue founded TLC, or training, learning and coaching, in 2004 and is soon due to celebrate ten years of being at the forefront of leadership and management training on the Island. Sue also travels to deliver seminars and programmes to international organisations and blue chip companies globally. An already well known and extensively published features author, this most recent addition to Sue’s portfolio represents the distillation of her experience into a single and easily approachable resource for use by seasoned and aspiring leaders alike.
Commenting on the signing, the author stated: “Whilst the forthcoming book signing is a means of celebrating the launch of Who’s Driving the Bus?, it is also an opportunity for those interested in developing their leadership and management skills to approach me first-hand with any questions, tips, or feedback on the text itself. One of the principal tenets of my book is the importance of maintaining consistent and open communication and feedback and, in many ways, this is a chance for me to practise what I preach. I would like to thank the Lexicon bookshop for supporting me and playing host to the book signing and look forward to sitting down in an open forum and communicating first-hand with anyone interested in developing their professional skill-set.”
Due to be released on 3rd December 2013, Who’s Driving the Bus? will be available on Kindle and eBook, via Amazon.co.uk as well as in paperback from the Lexicon Bookshop, Douglas. For more information, or to contact Sue, visit www.whosdrivingthebus.net or email email@example.com.
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