Tucson, AZ, July 08, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Anaphora Literary Press is pleased to promote What Time are You? An Introduction to Time Leadership, the latest publication by authors and time leadership coaches Jeffrey Atwood and Charles Calio, which lends a new perspective to the ever-relevant topic of time management by focusing on how we perceive time.
This book introduces readers to the perception of time in different ways. Critical to this concept is the idea that Time Management tools are not effective unless one is aware of their personal perception of time. Time Leadership is the process of understanding the perception of time and applying this understanding personally and in the workplace to maximize productivity.
Dr. Jeffrey Atwood is the President and founder of The Jephrey Group, Inc. a leadership coaching firm. He has over twenty years of experience teaching management and leadership at various institutions of higher learning. He has been a Director of Human Resources at two health care facilities and a Supervisor of Quality Assurance at Abbott Laboratories. He received his doctorate in leadership from the University of Central Florida, holds an Educational Specialist degree in Industrial Education from the University of Wisconsin-Stout, and a Masters in Health Facilities Management from Webster University. Dr. Atwood is a graduate of Harvard University’s Institute of Management and Leadership.
Charles A. Calio has fifteen years of experience teaching sales leadership in the effective use of multimedia products. He is a former Product Manager with IBM Corporation with many years of experience in working with leaders and people in product sales. He received his MBA degree from St. Johns University.
($15, Textbook, ISBN: 978-1-937536-28-2, 6X9″, LCCN#: 2012940839, 106pp, June 2012)
Anaphora Literary Press is an independent publisher that has published dozens of creative and non-fiction books. Among these publications is the Pennsylvania Literary Journal, a tri-annual journal, which has published best-selling authors like Cinda Williams Chima and Carrie Ryan. The press is a member of The Independent Book Publishers Association and The Council of Editors of Learned Journals. Anaphora authors have done readings at major venues. Several titles have been assigned in college classes, and reviewed in major academic, trade and news publications. The Press’s Director, Anna Faktorovich, is an English professor.
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