This book is the start of a revolution of authentic change, led by inspirational business woman and thought leader Talita Ferreira. Her vision is to establish the UK’s first Academy of Authentic Change. This is the first step on that journey, the launch of a much-needed book designed for all those people seeking to unlock their true purpose and potential, manifest their destiny in the world and inspire others to be with them, or led by them. Talita writes openly, from the heart, and her writing is grounded in decades of high-level corporate experience. Having dedicated much of her life to seeking out the deeper meaning of true happiness, this book will help others do the same. Authenticity is a buzzword bandied about in business, but it is rarely examined in such a powerful way in the context of work and life.
The Authenticity Dilemma Resolved is a book for people of all ages, not just leaders, but anyone committed to the pursuit of authenticity.
The Authenticity Dilemma Resolved shows you how to define who you are and find congruence, balance, well-being and integration between your work and your life. It launches a new model to live and work by: The Authenticity POWER Model. The book helps readers to define who they are and how they connect with others. Although people believe they are authentic, the rapid changes in the world require a new perspective. Where consciousness and connectedness collide, everything we do becomes purpose-driven and intuition-based.
Talita Ferreira is an entrepreneur, business owner and experienced executive who has chosen to step away from her career in corporate business to establish the UK’s first Academy of Authentic Change. She has written her first book to share her experiences of working with thousands of leaders and teams in multiple industries during her business life and to reveal her insights and learning from these encounters. Talita worked as a Chief Financial Officer, Chartered Director, Chartered Accountant and Consultant within globally established brands such as BMW, KPMG and Investec Bank and also has a Bachelor Degree in Commerce Law (Cum Laude) and is a Fellow of the Institute of Directors. She was nominated for the Business Leader of the Year 2016 awards, for the South African Chamber of Commerce in the UK. She is married and lives in Hampshire with her husband and eight-year-old daughter.