For immediate release Contact: Ed Barks
Wednesday, December 12, 2018 (540) 955-0600
As the publication date nears for Ed Barks’ next book, the author today unveiled the cover art for A+ Strategies for C-Suite Communications: Turning Today’s Leaders into Tomorrow’s Influencers.
“Things are falling into place nicely for the book’s January 8 publication,” Barks said. “One of the essential elements is the cover art. I’m pleased to announce that it is ready to go.
“Now comes time to spread the news about how A+ Strategies for C-Suite Communications can come to the aid of those communications and government relations experts who directly counsel their C-suite on strategy,” he added. The book’s principles demonstrate how those executives can chart a path toward sustained improvement that helps achieve long-range business and public policy goals.
The cover design follows the standard set by Barks’ first book, The Truth About Public Speaking: The Three Keys to Great Presentations, retaining many of the design elements.
A+ Strategies for C-Suite Communications is intended for communications and government relations experts who counsel their C-suite leaders on strategy.
It will be published in both ebook and print formats by Ogmios Publishing, and will be for sale widely, including on the www.barkscomm.com website.
Readers can follow the progress of Barks’ authorship journey on his Goodreads author page at http://bit.ly/EdsNextBook.
Ed Barks works with communications and government relations executives who counsel their C-suite leaders, and with businesses and associations that need their communications strategy and messaging to deliver bottom line results. They gain an enhanced reputation, more opportunities for career advancement, and achievement of long-term business and public policy goals. He is also the author of The Truth About Public Speaking: The Three Keys to Great Presentations. As President of Barks Communications since 1997, he has taught more than 5000 business leaders, association executives, and other experts how to succeed when they deal with the media, deliver presentations, and advocate before policymakers.
Editors note: Contact Barks at (540) 955-0600 or firstname.lastname@example.org for a .jpg of the cover.