Join us on Internet Voices Radio on Thursday, Dec. 14th, 2006 at 8PM EDT as we speak with author and self-publisher Bill Cooper of www.leadingbeyondtradition.com. Bill will share with us secrets of the all-important art of staying organized during the book development process. Starting with why he wanted to write his book, he’ll take us on a journey of how he navigated the maze that is the world of publishing for the first-time author. Specifically, he’ll touch on the nuts-and-bolts of writing and rewriting, dealing with ISBNs, copyrights, barcodes, and other book data, developing the cover, successful marketing strategies
including getting speaking engagements, and finding the committment to get it all done.
Bill Cooper spent nearly 30 years in policing and retired as Chief of Police. He is an award winning professional speaker and the author of the book Leading Beyond Tradition. The book is based on his highly successful and unique business management model, which capitalizes on the Six Sigma process improvement methodology and CompStat. Chief Cooper has also authored and taught more than a dozen management and leadership courses. You will find his seminar and speaking topics, as well as papers and articles on his web site www.leadingbeyondtradition.com. He is a Motorola-trained Six Sigma Black Belt and teaches graduate school MBA courses, and is widely recognized for his motivational and inspirational keynote addresses and seminars.
Bill Cooper holds an MBA and a second Masters Degree in Public Administration. He consults in leadership and organizational development, as how to implement his model. He builds performance scorecards, dashboards, and cost of poor quality calculators, designed specifically for your organization. Look to maximize the skills of your leaders, maximize your organization’s capability, and improve your ROI.