I am thoroughly delighted to invite you to join our first-ever Live Google Hangout On Air to celebrate the launch of my book, Trust Your Canary: Every Leader’s Guide to Taming Workplace Incivility. I promised a virtual book launch, and here we are!
In this live 30 minute event you will have an opportunity to ask your questions and raise relevant issues. For my part, I will do my best to answer intelligently. To register, click here, or anywhere on the invitation below.
New to Google Hangout? No worries, check out the simple tips right below the invitation.
Here are some things you can do to maximize your experience:
- Join forces: Invite your colleagues and friends to attend too—there’s room for everyone. Huddle in the same room or join from different continents. Great changes can happen when more people are in the circle.
- Get your questions answered: Send questions in advance—we only have 30 minutes, so make sure you get your issues in. Email your questions directly to me at Sharone@sharonebardavid.com
- Catch up later: If you can’t make the live event, make sure to listen to the recording later (we’ll add a link on our News Page).
Your tips for joining:
1) Already a Google Plus or Gmail member? Simply RSVP here. The event will be added to your calendar and to your event list automatically. When the Hangout goes live, click and join!
2) Not on GooglePlus or Gmail? Sign up for a free Gmail account and click the RSVP link above to join the event.
3) Don’t want to sign up for GooglePlus or Gmail? No problem, use the YouTube link to watch the hangout live. You’ll be able to watch, but unable to participate in the live Q&A, comment or RSVP.
4) Have a question you want answered during the Live Q&A? Send your questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
5) Still need tech assistance to help RSVP? Send your tech questions to: email@example.com
“Sharone’s book is phenomenal! I am reading every word and almost done–her writing is wise, accessible and well informed. Look forward to the Google Hangout celebration of “trust Your Canary”. ”
— Ellen Cobb, Author of Workplace Bullying, Violence, Harassment, Discrimination and Stress: International Laws, Developments and Resources
“Recently I purchased copies of Trust Your Canary: Every Leader’s Guide to Taming Workplace Incivility — for the entire Leadership team of our division. I found the book to be the vade-mecum of workplace incivility! Incivility doesn’t have its place in the workplace, but Trust Your Canary certainly does!”
— Mireille St.Amour, Manager, Credit Services Department, Canadian Tire Bank