FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Craig B. Whelden – email@example.com new email
Date: November 22, 2019
Author Receives National Recognition from The 8th Annual Beverly Hills Book Awards®!
Beverly Hills, California — The 8th Annual Beverly Hills Book Awards® recognized Leadership: The Art of Inspiring People to Be Their Best by Craig B. Whelden, in the category of Leadership as a winner.
Established in 2013, the Beverly Hills Book Awards® competition is judged by experts from all aspects of the book industry, including publishers, writers, editors, book designers and professional copywriters. Contest winners and finalists are determined based on “overall excellence of presentation – a synergy of form and content” over a wide range of genres.
“We are proud to announce the winners and finalists whose books truly embody the excellence that this award was created to celebrate, and we salute you all for your fine work” – Ellen Reid, Founder BHBA
Leadership: The Art of Inspiring People to Be Their Best is a non-fiction book that vividly brings to life 50 years of military leadership and life lessons, told in a compelling way. A master storyteller, the author does this in 24 easily digestible chapters, starting with “character,” the basic building block for all great leaders. From there, he addresses the importance of trust, four different methods of mentoring, delivering under pressure, setting organizational expectations, breaking down cultural barriers, effective communications, leaving a legacy, risk management, and many more topics that have everyday application for all of us.
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Major General Craig Whelden,
U.S. Army (Retired)
Served 30 years in the Army followed by another nine as a member of the Senior Executive Service for the Marine Corps.
He is a global Fortune 500 speaker and the author of a three-time award-winning, #1 international best-selling book, opens in a new windowLEADERSHIP: The Art of Inspiring People to Be Their Best. He now resides in Bluffton, South Carolina.