9/20 update - 2nd book in the series "What 80s Pop Culture Teaches Us About Today's Workplace" is now available for pre-sale on Amazon! Order yours today:
Ah the 1980s. A magical time for creativity, invention, individuality and timeless movies that taught us valuable business lessons. Wait? What was that last one? "What 80s Pop Culture Teaches Us About Today's Workplace" finds the unexpected business lessons in ten of the classic 80s movies that defined a generation.
See what Lloyd Dobler, Ferris Bueller, Axel Foley and more of your favorite 80s movies and their characters taught us about our business, workplace, careers and ultimately ourselves.
No matter where you are in your career, the business lessons from these timeless 80s movies will resonate. And you'll have some fun along the way! Whether you're just starting your career or an executive that wants to inspire your team or an HR manager looking for unique ways to motivate and train existing and new employees, you'll find the lessons you've been looking for.
Or maybe you just want to wax nostalgic and go back to your formative years in the 1980s. Well this book is for you as well! There's plenty of 80s pop culture flashbacks throughout and you might just learn a few valuable business lessons along the way,.
So get out of those workclothes and get into some parachute pants and a Members Only jacket (wait, maybe not)...ok how about just pulling out a few old prom pictures, setting the mood with some 80s music and begin learning "What 80s Pop Culture Teaches Us About Today's Workplace."
And since 80s pop culture is absolutely endless, this is the first in a series under the same title. Stay tuned!
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"I never would have thought that you could take these screen gems and pluck such marvelous nuggets of wisdom in how to navigate our position in the workplace."