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NAFE Features - NAFE Authors and Their Books
NAFE members aren't just movers and shakers in business, many are celebrated authors.
 
By: NAFE Staff 

Featured Author: Nancy Barry

Barry, a 25-year corporate veteran and Gen Y expert, wrote When Reality Hits: What Employers Want Recent College Graduates to Know to help young people master those "soft skills" necessary to succeed in the workplace and to offer tips on how to stand out from the pack. Barry has travelled the country talking to college students and is passionate about helping twenty somethings get off to a strong start (all the more important during a difficult economy). This book is a must read for any recent graduate.

NAFE Authors A-Z

Linda Ackerman Anderson (co-author): Beyond Change Management: How to Achieve Breakthrough Results Through Conscious Change Leadership (Pfeiffer, 2nd edition, 2010). A comprehensive look at what it really takes to successfully lead transformation. The best-selling first edition has been significantly updated in this version.

Lynn Anderson: Be a Woman Warrior: 12 Tips & Sips to Unleash the Power Within You (Smashwords, March 2011). This book provides a path forward, a way for women to unleash the Woman Warrior within them — the strong, heartfelt force that will sustain and inspire them in all they do at work and at home--creating a new paradigm for business in America today.

Nancy Barry: When Reality Hits: What Employers Want Recent College Graduates to Know (Brown Books Publishing Group, 2007). Nancy tells young adults how to master the "soft skills" in the workplace – and what managers want them to know but don't have time to tell them.

Yolanda Brunson-Sarrabo: The Ins and Outs of the Fashion Industry—From a Fashion Insider (iUniverse, Inc., 2005). From finding a job to keeping it, this guide will show you how to navigate through the peaks and valleys of the business. Of special interest are a detailed description of New York's Garment District, and a chart that breaks down the positions, responsibilities, skills, and experience necessary to succeed in the fashion industry.
 
Adele Catalani: Look to the Light: A Journal of Photographs and Poetry (CreateSpace, 2010). In this book, the author’s passion for photography and poetry come together in a very unique way.
 
Lucinda Cross: The Road to Redemption: Overcoming Life's Detours, Obstacles and Challenges‏ (Corporate Mom Dropouts, 2012). One reviewer describes this book as “spiritual food for thought to get you to that next step of living an abundant life.”
 
Susan Davis-Ali, PhD: How to Become Successful Without Becoming a Man (Xlibris, 2009).


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