Get empowered with Michelle Cederberg
If there’s one word that captures what our latest Page Two author Michelle Cederberg delivers, it’s “empowerment”. A coach, consultant, and professional speaker, Michelle has spent most of her life in the realm of human performance. In her upcoming fall book, she’ll be sharing her deep insights into what motivates us, drives us, and keeps us focused on our goals.
Amanda Lewis makes Tom Fairley Award shortlist
We are thrilled to announce that our editorial director, Amanda Lewis, has been shortlisted for Editors Canada’s prestigious 2020 Tom Fairley Award for Editorial Excellence.
The Tom Fairley Award is presented annually to an exceptional editor who played an important role in the success of a project completed in English or French.
Rock star wisdom with Brant Menswar
Whether he’s rocking out as the frontman for the acclaimed blues/soul band Big Kettle Drum, or electrifying crowds as one of America’s Top 10 Motivational Speakers, Brant Menswar—who’s also a podcast host and the CEO and founder of boutique leadership agency Rock Star Impact—delivers energy, insight, and empowerment.
To publish or not during a pandemic?
Page Two author Lee LeFever shares his experience of wrestling with the question: “To publish or not to publish?” during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Embracing diversity with Michael Bach
As an internationally recognized thought leader in diversity, equity, and inclusion, Michael Bach, CEO of the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion, has devoted his career to helping educate businesses and individuals on the value of diversity and inclusion—and now he’s literally written the book on it!
7 tips for working from home
Thanks to COVID-19, you now have little choice but to be home, and there’s been no transition period for you. You may feel restless, unfocused, frustrated, or lonely. Copy editor Steph VanderMeulen, who has spent 17 years as a freelancer, shares her tips on working from home.
Bob Joseph makes Booksellers’ Choice Award shortlist (again)!
Congratulations to Bob Joseph for being named a finalist for the Bill Duthie Booksellers’ Choice Award, for his book Indigenous Relations: Insights, Tips and Suggestions to Make Reconciliation a Reality.
Authors bring light to the darkness
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended just about every area of our lives around the globe: the way we work, the way we socialize, the way we seek entertainment, and the way we communicate with our friends and family.
March 18 Open Office Hour with editor Amanda Lewis
Page Two’s editorial director, Amanda Lewis, is hosting an open office hour by Zoom on March 18 for all you stuck-at-home writers and aspiring writers out there. Bring your questions about everything from writing to publishing and everything in between.
Grassroots Leadership with Glain Roberts-McCabe
As the founder and president of The Roundtable, Glain Roberts-McCabe—named one of Canada’s top women entrepreneurs at the 2018 RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards—has devoted her career to helping leaders build community. Glain will share the step-by-step process she uses in her award-winning Roundtable for Leaders program in a book to help anyone create their own peer coaching group, and together successfully navigate their leadership paths.
Meet The Reinventionist, Joe Jackman
Most people fear change; Joe Jackman runs towards it. The CEO of Jackman Reinvents, the world’s first and foremost reinvention company, Joe has been an advisor to consumer brands, retailers, B2B companies, and private equity partners for more than thirty years. We are thrilled to be publishing his book The Reinventionist Mindset: Learning to love change, and the human how of doing it brilliantly.
5 tips for influencer outreach
Page Two author Sam Thiara shares the tips he used to get his book in the hands of heavy hitting influencers, including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.