The Key to Success? Engage the Human Capital in Our Networks
"The NetworkSage: Realize Your Network Superpower" serves as an all-encompassing life roadmap, detailing the eight networks that support adults' lives. These networks include the five birthright networks: family, health, spirituality, education, and community and the three coming-of-age networks: career, home, and the ghost network.
Crooks reminds readers that they are the 'connector in chief' among their networks, which is why any network can have an impact on every other network.
"In today's hyper-driven modern world, knowing about and engaging our networks well is the key to success. We are never alone on our journey no matter who we are," Crooks said. "Whether we're a professional seeking work life balance, a working mother, a caregiver, or an older person intending to remain in our home as we age, when we realize the superpower in our personal networks it's easier to thrive in life."
In "The NetworkSage," readers of all ages and walks of life will see the importance of knowing about their networks and engaging them well to help them succeed, whatever their goals and aspirations.
About the Author
Glenna Crooks, PhD, has been called a "one-woman think tank" for her work as an innovator in education and health care. In her day job, she organizes chaos and solves complex problems. She served as an appointee of President Ronald Reagan, a Fortune 50 global vice president, and an adviser to business and government leaders. She received the Surgeon General's Medallion for public health contributions and was named a Disruptive Woman to Watch. Among her philanthropic efforts, she supports projects benefiting children. For more about the author and her book, please visit: http://www.glennacrooks.com