Welcome to episode #1 of Foreword Thinking – The Business and Motivational Book Review Podcast presented by HarperCollins Canada.
We’re finally out to the public and we’re all very excited about this first episode. We’ve also got the founding partner and former editor of Fast Company Magazine, Bill Taylor, in conversation about his newest book, Mavericks At Work – Why The Most Original Minds In Business Win, which he co-authored with Polly LaBarre. And, if that was not enough, we’re giving away a great HarperCollins Canada four-pack of books – all you have to do is answer the “skill-testing” question. Enough talk, let’s take a listen…
Download the Podcast here: Foreword Thinking Podcast – Episode 1: Be A Maverick At Work
- Running time: 23:01
- Here it is: HarperCollins Canada Presents: Foreword Thinking – The Business and Motivational Book Review Podcast – Episode #1 – Host: Mitch Joel.
- Running time: 23:01.
- Welcome to Foreword Thinking – The Business and Motivational Book Review Podcast presented by HarperCollins Canada.
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- What is Foreword Thinking?
- Who am I (Mitch Joel – your host)?
- Twist Image Blog.
- Six Pixels of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast.
- Montreal Business Book Review.
- Why HarperCollins Canada and how the relationship started?
- Interview with William Taylor co-author of Mavericks At Work – Why The Most Original Minds In Business Win with Polly LaBarre.
- We may release the full/raw interview with Bill Taylor in the coming weeks.
- Fast Company Magazine.
- Want to win a HarperCollins Canada Four Book Prize Pack?
- Question – which magazine did Bill Taylor create? – I know it’s easy!
- Email your answer, name, email address and company to: [email protected].
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