Brought to Book
Phew! Last Thursday I finally submitted the manuscript for The Green Executive after the most intense week I’ve had since my final exams at Uni. Every spare minute was taken up checking, changing and tweaking the text. Getting the 220 references into shape took over 17 hours alone. And it’s done – but it will be 11 May before it hits the bookshelves, so you’ll have to do with a sneak preview of the cover in the meantime(right).
On Friday I took myself off to Wensleydale for some walking and to attend a friend’s wedding in a castle – alcohol, silly helmets and archery make a much better mix than you would think. Hence the lack of Friday blogging – I was busy slogging through a bog in the fog. And now I’ve got a tonne of slightly delayed end of month admin to do.
Looking forward I will be out and about a lot over the next few months with speaking/facilitating appearances in Newcastle, Southampton, Harrogate, Cambridge and Teesside already in the diary. As these are firmed up I’ll be publicising them here and in The Low Carbon Agenda.
Also, I’ve starting writing pieces on a more regular basis for Management Issues and the Sustainability Forum. The former focuses on Leadership/HR/Organisational issues, on the latter I write about sustainability outside the green business line I stick to on this blog.
So, must go, the to do list awaits…