Since launching his co authored book “Determined to Succeed”, Aberdeenshire based Neil McLennan has seen the books continue to fly high.
Big Four giant KPMG has supported Neil McLennan and and his co-author Kevin Murphy to ensure their new book “The Art of Achievement” book really took off.
Skills development is a significant aspect of KPMG’s corporate responsibility and graduate recruitment agenda – and they were delighted to support the follow-up book.
Among the contributors to The Art of Achievement, which takes as its key themes skill literacy, social inclusion, diversity and educational development, are KPMG senior staff Restructuring partner Blair Nimmo and Paul Reilly, a former army major now in Risk Consulting.
“The new book has been supported by Sir Ian Wood in his role as chair of the Commission for a Developing Youth Employment and we’re hoping for it to be reviewed in The Times as part of its ‘best business books’ section,” says Kevin.
“We’ve also provided 50 copies to all of KPMG’s linked schools, and The Prince’s Trust and the Prison Service are among those who have been in contact about speaking engagements to promote skills to those trying to enter positively into the labour market.”
More details about the books and the authors can be found at www.bit.ly/skills4success