Amanda Hamilton brings the laughter
An award-winning interior designer and creative entrepreneur, Amanda Hamilton is celebrated for her tenacious entrepreneurial spirit and vibrant persona. Her bold and unorthodox approach to both design and business has made her one of the most sought-after creative minds in Canada.
Driving success with Chris Coultas
Chris W. Coultas, PhD, has devoted his career to helping leaders, teams, and organizations optimize engagement and performance by conducting cutting-edge research in leadership, assessment, development, coaching, and talent management. The director of science and research at Leadership Worth Following, he has authored several peer-reviewed publications on coaching, leadership, and teams, and is passionate about uncovering new ways to empower organizations and individuals to reach their full potential.
It’s Page Two’s seventh birthday!
Join us in wishing a very happy birthday to Page Two!
As of October 3, we’re seven years old—and what a busy seven years it has been. We’ve grown from the brainchild of co-founders Jesse Finkelstein and Trena White to a team of eighteen talented staff and freelancers, and worked with countless brilliant authors along the way.
Celebrating new team member Madison Taylor
We’re pleased to announce another addition to our scrappy team: Madison Taylor, Page Two’s new publicity and content marketing associate!
Finding your swagger with Leslie Ehm
Leslie Ehm will reach into your soul, pull out your most powerful authentic self, and help you to realize your full potential. It’s this passion that helped her build a globally renowned training company and continues to drive her work today as a coach, speaker and now author.
Finding confidence with Marc A. Pitman
Executive leadership coach, speaker, and author Marc A. Pitman has helped countless nonprofits advance their missions and improve the lives of their staff and supporters. As founder of the Concord Leadership Group, he has worked with the leaders of organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, Islamic Relief USA, and the Association of the US Army to successfully navigate their way through crises, and lead their teams with greater effectiveness and less stress.
We’re hosting a webinar—and you’re invited!
For a crash course on adapting your book to learning tools, look no further than this webinar on Thursday, September 24, designed by business coach and training expert Pamela Slim and hosted by Page Two.
Get curious with Catherine Harrison
As a multi-disciplinary artist as well as a certified professional coach, expert facilitator, and behavior-change specialist, Catherine Harrison brings an open-minded attitude and curiosity to everything she does, whether it’s providing strategic guidance to corporate clients or performing an original song.
Page Two welcomes marketing strategist Meghan O’Neill
We’re thrilled to officially welcome the talented Meghan O’Neill to the Page Two team!
Meghan comes to us with a decade of experience in media and communications under her belt, including roles at a digital magazine and a national newspaper network.
Toasting new translation deals!
We’re raising our glasses of baiju, sake, riesling, arak, and vodka to toast the latest translation rights deals for Page Two authors! Special thanks to our translation rights associate, Stephanie Sinclair, of Transatlantic Agency, for making it possible for our authors to extend their reach around the globe.
Living compassionately with Scott Shute
Not many people can claim the title of Head of Mindfulness and Compassion programs at one of the world’s leading tech companies. But that’s exactly the role that Scott Shute holds at LinkedIn where, as Vice-President of Global Customer Operations, he led a global team of 1000 employees supporting 700 million network members around the world.
Embracing abundance with Nell Edgington
As president of management consulting firm Social Velocity, Nell Edgington has devoted her 25-year career to helping nonprofit and philanthropic leaders and organizations become more strategic, financially savvy, and confident.