James Sale is a speaker, writer and thought leader in the worldwide movement to transform how management works by enabling the ego-centred, fear-based Twentieth Century top-down control model to be superseded by a Twenty-First Century dynamic, bottom-up, engagement focused approach. He is also a feature writer for New York’s The Epoch Times and covers cultural issues.

James has a First Class Honours (summa cum laude) degree in English Literature, a post-graduate Diploma in Management Studies (with Distinction), a post-graduate degree in teaching, and is a member of The Royal Over-Seas League. His publications over a 40-year period include educational, management and literary books, including 8 collections of poems. These titles include:

Mapping Motivation  – Routledge, 2016

Mapping Motivation for Coaching – Routledge, 2018

Mapping Motivation for Engagement – Routledge, 2018

Macbeth – Examination Study Guide, Pearson, 1995-2015

 As a professional author, James has over 20 books to his credit listed on Amazon ,

His latest collection of poetry is called The Lyre Speaks True – Lulu – 2017

His poems and literary work have appeared in the UK:

Bournemouth Library Wall and website; on Bournemouth Yellow Buses; Bright Star Anthology – Poems by and about John Keats, Winchester County Council; DOG – St David’s University College Literary magazine; Heavenly Hymns: the 10th International Collection of English Poems; Footnotes; Iota; Krax; Linkway; The Little Word Machine; Lynx; New Hope International; Ore; Penny Poems; PN Review; Quaker News and Views; The Schools Poetry Review; Terrible Work; The Third Half; Towards Wholeness; Dawntreader.

In the USA:

The Anglo Theological Review; Ancient Paths Literary Magazine, Bible Advocate, New Poetry, The Epoch Times; he won second prize in The Society of Classical Poets 2015 competition, and First Prize in its annual 2017 poetry competition. Also he won first prize in the Society of Classical Poets’ prose competition for 2018.



James Sale Poetry and Prose Published by the Society

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