Kathleen has published ten books, nine nonfiction and a debut novel, Shadow Campus, described by Forbes as a “masterful debut mystery.” Kathleen’s work has also appeared in the Harvard Business Review where she has published several times.
Kathleen is professor of Management at the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business and has just received the University of Connecticut Alumni Humanitarian Award for her philanthropic work. She originated the concept of college prep programs for foster children and is a co-founder of First Star, which develops the academies with universities to change the 3% college graduation rate of foster children. She and her husband, Chris Noblet, are a team when it come to writing and editing books.
4 GREAT REASONS TO LISTEN TO KATHLEEN
1. Discover the difference in setting up the writing of a fiction book vs. a non-fiction book.
2. Learn how rejection notices and criticism help develop resilience.
3. See what steps Kathleen took to publish her books.
4. Find out how Kathleen turned a big “NO” into a “YES” by persisting with an article published by Harvard Business Review.
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WHAT WE LOVE ABOUT KATHLEEN...
Kathleen has a down-to-earth approach to both life and her writing that’s very natural and desirable. Like many fiction writers, she allows her characters to help define her stories. Kudos to her numerous non-fiction and fiction publishing successes and her commendable philanthropic work.