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  • The Interns Are Alright

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    The Interns Are Alright

    Advice for incoming interns at Berrett-KoehlerThe image of the intern often gets reduced to a peppy, over-eager, perpetually harried-looking pushover. In this narrative, we never say no and can be seen racing each other to make the next pot of coffee. At Berrett-Koehler, this stereotype is not ap...

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    July 31, 2015

  • Top 7 Tweetable Moments from the BK Authors Marketing Workshop

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    Top 7 Tweetable Moments from the BK Authors Marketing Workshop

    Check out these nuggets of wisdom from the BK Authors Co-op marketing workshop! On July 15th and 16th, Berrett-Koehler authors, staff, partners, and friends gathered to learn about best practices in book marketing. Participants discussed everything from reasons to write a book to strategies ...

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    July 20, 2015

  • Pride (No Prejudice) – Celebrating LGBT+ Authors and Their Works

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    Pride (No Prejudice) – Celebrating LGBT+ Authors and Their Works

    Many literary celebrities through time have also been part of the LGBT+ community. These 8 authors have significantly shaped their readers’ thinking and have made history with their writing. Let us celebrate their contributions, especially during the 2015 SF Pride weekend. “Betrayal and apparent...

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    June 25, 2015

  • Words That Don't Mean What You Think They Mean: HOMOPHONE vs. HOMOPHOBE

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    Words That Don't Mean What You Think They Mean: HOMOPHONE vs. HOMOPHOBE

    People have been fired over confusion between the words homophone and homophobe, so let’s get the two straight.1. Homophones are distinct words with different meanings that sound alike when pronounced. For example, it is normal for a stressed-out doctor to lose her patience every once in a while,...

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    June 22, 2015

  • In All 5 Dimensions, the Hipster Millennial Stereotype is not a Serving Leader

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    In All 5 Dimensions, the Hipster Millennial Stereotype is not a Serving Leader

    Last week, authors Kenneth Jennings and John Stahl-Wert dropped by the BK office for lunch and a talk. Their book The Serving Leader explores how a leader can do her or his job openly and fairly, recognizing that the position isn’t for them but for everyone. An important aspect they noted is that...

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    June 19, 2015

  • Here on Purpose

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    Here on Purpose

     Yesterday, Berrett Koehler hosted author Richard Leider -- executive coach, purpose explorer, and author -- in the office. Leider is currently working on a new edition of The Power of Purpose, and he had a lot of insights for us all about a sense of purpose and its importance. I was particularly...

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    June 3, 2015

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