Publishing Alumna Co-Publishes Book

Book cover Work is Love Made Visible with co-author Sarah McArthur in black shirt
Sarah McArthur, COO MG Inc., Founder *sdedit and GW Publishing alumna 2017.
February 26, 2019

Sarah McArthur, a proud GW Alumna with a master’s degree in publishing from CPS, COO of Marshall Goldsmith Inc., and Founder and CEO of *sdedit, is excited to announce her newly published book, Work Is Love Made Visible: A Collection of Essays about the Power of Finding Your Purpose from the World’s Greatest Thought Leaders, edited by Frances Hesselbein, Marshall Goldsmith, and Sarah McArthur with a foreword by former CEO of Boeing and Ford, Alan Mulally.

“A collection of the greatest thinkers in business today, every chapter of this book will inspire you to be a better leader and a better person.” Chester Elton, bestselling author of The Carrot Principle, All In, and The Best Team Wins

McArthur, a writer, editor and writing coach specializes in management, leadership, executive and business coaching and human resources. She has authored and edited numerous books including, Coaching for Leadership: Writings on Leadership from the World’s Greatest Coaches with Marshall Goldsmith and Laurence S. Lyons, and The AMA Handbook of Leadership, with Marshall Goldsmith and John Baldoni (chosen one of the Top 10 Business, Management, and Labor Titles of 2010 by Choice), the Optimizing Talent Workbook with Linda Sharkey,and Global Business Leadership with Dr. E.S. Wibbeke. In addition to her own works, Sarah has played significant roles in many other book projects.

“I gave GW special thanks in the Acknowledgement of the book because my experience being a publishing student at GW helped make it a reality. Although I already had extensive experience in publishing, the master’s degree filled in the holes and enhanced my knowledge about the field. I especially want to thank the GW faculty who inspired me and encouraged me in the creation of this book---Eric Slater, Mary Jo Slazak, Arnie Grossblatt, Michael Jensen, Dean Smith, and John Warren.”    


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