August 3, 2019
|Dr. Mel on the set of Entitlement|
Last night was exceptionally fun as I networked with people I've know for fifteen years in the film industry and met others for the first time. It was an amazing experience having participated in the New Orleans 48 Hour Film Festival and see our finished film on the big screen. The screening was held in the Victory Theater at the World War II museum and if my memory serves me correct, the last film to hold their premiere here was Mel Gibson. So the fifty-four short films were in good company.
To be honest, some of the films were exceptionally made. The cinemetogpraphy, lighting, sound, and acting were on point and vey enjoyable to watch. There are many talented people in this area and the way I look at it, we are all winners to have participated in this amazing project. I look forward to next year and I plan on being in that number. Here are a couple of behind the scenes photographs from the planning, filming, and editing process. I could not be more proud than our to serve as your Producer.
OUR LOCATION - SOMEWHERE IN NEW ORLEANS
SOME OF OUR CAST AND CREW HARD AT WORK
The judging has begun, may the best film win.
This brings me to Adriana & Company. Working on a film set to make things happen, it is imperative that we have strong leaders, and we did with each of our department heads. With David Kirtland at the helm, and me as producer, our team worked cohevisely and got the job done. The skills learned by those who took positions for the first time on a film set will carry them to another. If you have the slightest bit of interest in working on a film, please consider joining a 48 Hour Film Project next year.
Now back to Adriana & Company. Here book is fabulous and if you find yourself working in a corporate world, her book, “Corporate Code™” Bridging the Gap between Boss and employee is essential reading. I hope you enjoy learning about the author and her book below.
Her background as a multifaceted leader in the United States Air Force and in more than five Fortune 500 companies, coordinator and host of Women in Business Conferences, and Teen Leadership Summits has empowered individuals to aspire to higher levels of success. Her book “Corporate Code™” Bridging the Gap between Boss and employee is a key component of her executive yearlong coaching programs. Her leadership philosophy revolves around four leadership pillars
Trust, Courage, Compassion, and Service. Adriana believes that “It is not about what you do rather how you show up for people.”
She currently resides in Las Vegas, Nevada with her husband and two boys, and on her time free time she recites poetry and is also a published poet. www.Adriana.Company email@example.com.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Adriana Rosales Launches “Corporate Code,” A Rising Amazon Bestseller
On Corporate Leadership and Engagement
New Orleans - August 3, 2019 - Adriana Rosales, a popular Amazon new release author, has released her latest work, “Corporate Code,” which offers readers an in-depth, bottom-up perspective on great leadership in the corporate world and revolutionizes the way businesses do business.
In “Corporate Code,” rethink how modern employers treat their employees through a “HeartCentered Approach” to leadership and executive management to better engage their employees. Learn about redefining the modern corporation and develop tools to implement “the code” to bridge the gap between bosses and employees. To do this, readers must embrace newfound knowledge, demonstrate true leadership qualities, and show employees direction both for themselves and their companies to achieve buy-in and support.
“My intention behind writing this book was to help heal our corporate environments,” exclaimed Rosales. “Over years of navigating the corporate ladder and experiencing the American corporation complex firsthand, I thought I had much to contribute to the discussion concerning corporate leadership. I'm looking forward to hearing your thoughts on these stories and to engage in a in discussions concerning corporate leadership and employee engagement with my readers.”
The 162-page book, published by TheBookPatch, has earned a 5-star average customer rating on Amazon for its thoughtful, in-depth approach to the American corporation, corporate leadership, and modern gaps between bosses and employees.
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About The Author
Adrianna Rosales is a John Maxwell certified speaker, business coach, teacher, and entrepreneur. HeartMath® Certified and an educator of personal resilience and self-regulation, Rosales mentors business professionals on the six core HeartMath's tools and techniques. An accomplished military veteran, she brings her background and years of experience navigating the corporate ladder in the telecommunication and finance industries to the front lines in “Corporate Code.”