Monday, June 28, 2010

I received a thank you...

Some of you know that I am a fan of a couple of authors, one being: Glenn Shepard. I get his weekly email newsletter called Work Is Not for Sissies.  I gave all my coworkers his book How to Be the Employee Your Company Can't Live Without, at our year end party in 2008, because I benefited from it in some areas that I needed tweaking along with basic reminders about why and how it is important to serve your boss and work with the team to accomplish the goal, making the company money.  A lot of you may be following the severe flooding that happened in Nashville, TN; but if you haven't heard about it or aren't familiar with what happened, you can get a glimpse of some of it on Glenn's blog

To the reason for my post about this today:
He posted a few weeks ago that he really wished he could go reread a book by Devon Dougherty titled “Crisis Communications: What Every Executive Needs to Know”. But it was one of over 2,000 books in his collection that washed away in the flood.  Well, this gave me an idea, I got online, bought the book and had it sent to directly to him.  He received it Friday, June 25th when he got back in town.  In his post, he expresses thanks to me for doing so.  Go read them both, the original on 06.05.2010 and this one on Friday...

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