Author-columnist-speaker-lecturer-podcaster Emma Gannon will join us in the YCN Library to share some of the ideas in her latest book.
The future of work is set to be more elastic, fluid and multi-disciplinary, and Emma Gannon's 'multi-hyphenated' career path to-date is a strong case in point.
The best-selling business author and broadcaster has been published in everything from The Guardian to MTV, The Pool to GLAMOUR, has been a columnist for The Telegraph and COURIER magazine and lectures at the Condé Nast College. As a frequent guest speaker Emma regularly features on panels, radio programmes such as BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour and conferences and events, where she shares her perspectives on work, lifestyle, millennial trends and feminism, and she is the host of her own hit podcast, CTRL, ALT, DELETE, on which the likes of Lena Dunham, Gillian Anderson and Greta Gerwig have appeared as guests.
With a work of non-fiction (by the same name as her podcast) under her belt and a role as a Prince's Trust ambassador, she has now written a second book all about her many different professional pursuits: The Multi-Hyphen Method. An instant "Sunday Times business bestseller," the book teaches readers how to embrace the entrepreneurial spirit within themselves, reject the "Jack of all trades" stigma and to channel creativity and drive to start living more fulfilled and varied lives. Whether you're a staunch 9-5er or a millennial side-hustler, Emma's book is a source of inspiration to seek out your personal vision of success.
On the evening of 30th October Emma will be joining us in the YCN Library to share the thinking behind The Multi-Hyphen Method, talk about current projects and answer your questions. Get in touch to save yourself a spot.
Location:72 Rivington St,
London, EC2A 3AY,
Start:30th October, 2018 at 6:30pm
End:30th October, 2018 at 8:00pm