Announcing the Trusted Advisor FieldBook
I am very proud to announce with my co-author Andrea P. Howe the publication this fall of “The Trusted Advisor FieldBook: A Comprehensive Toolkit for Leading with Trust,” in partnership with Wiley Books. Our tentative publication date is October 31, 2011 (no jokes about the date, please).
The Trusted Advisor FieldBook is a practical working companion to “The Trusted Advisor,” by David Maister, Charles Green and Robert Galford. Long on how-tos, tips and sensible advice, the book also addresses issues of social media and virtual relationships that weren’t so prevalent a decade ago.
We are sharing a Daily Trust Tip on Twitter every day to celebrate the publication of The Trusted Advisor FieldBook, starting today, in a count down to the publication date of October 31. Check every morning at 8:30 AM EST for Twitter hastag #TrustTip, or follow @andreaphowe or @charleshgreen.
We’ll share more ideas with you as we get closer to publication, but right now we wanted you to be the first to know. Please help us celebrate our partnership with Wiley, and look forward to getting your copy of “The Trusted Advisor FieldBook” this fall.
Congratulations Charles. Look forward to reading it later this year.
Congratulations Charlie and Andrea! It must be so exciting to have a solid publication date and get to dig into pre-launch promotions.
I wish you every success with the new book and I look forward to reading it.
Stuart and Shaula,
Thank you guys so much; you both know how long this has been a-comin’, and we appreciate it all the more for doing so. We’re psyched about it!
Thanks from me too, Stuart and Shaula. We’re psyched when we’re not feeling daunted by the task! Our draft chapters are chock full of good stuff so I’m eager to get it done and get it out there. 6 more weeks to complete the final manuscript. NOT that we’re counting 😉
The Trusted Advisor was a much dog-eared book and I look forward to this one to help take my trust leadership to the next level. However, only if it is on Kindle as well as print because I do all of my dog-ear-ing digitally now. Hoping you and Wiley have that in your launch plans!