The debut book of Marva Bailer, MS, Be Unexpected, is a guide to energizing the routine and mundane office meetings. Whether they are done in-person or over video chat, Bailer shows how every meeting does not have to be the same formula over and over. With psychological and field research to back up her practices, Be Unexpected is sure to help purpose-driven leaders in the business world create an enthusiastic and lasting impression, from networking one-on-one to presenting in front of a large audience. Bailer does not hesitate to break down the classic business meeting to its bare bones and give constructive and useful advice on changing it up for the best outcome possible.
Make sure the next time you find yourself in a meeting, Be Unexpected and change the way you see yourself to help foster a better human connection and create a workspace for productive conversations.
Marva Bailer is an innovator, a storyteller, a connector, and a fearless female tech leader who is never afraid to disrupt the status quo. As a purpose-driven executive with 20 years of leading billion-dollar teams for global businesses, she embodies servant leadership and a growth mindset through mentorship, experimentation, and the intersection of purpose and passion. As a breast cancer survivor, mom, and successful tech executive, Marva uses her personal and career experiences to inspire and educate others.
Marva infuses positive energy with her current, real-world perspective gained through her career as a sales, solution engineering, enablement, and marketing leader, from startups to blue chip brands, including IBM, Amazon, Splunk, and Twilio. She takes pride in developing talent and leading high-growth, diverse, multigenerational teams to be trusted advisors, innovators, and “inspirators.”
Author: Marva Bailer
Narrator: Rebecca Avery
Copyright: 2022 Marva Bailer
Running Time: 04:10:16
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If this is Marva Bailer's first book, then she should write another one. Her style of writing gives the vibrance of a fiction story to her observations and factoids of work routines. Rebecca Avery's narration drifts from wonderment and curiosity to dry authenticity and back, covering many emotions in between. Well worth a listen!