In “Career Killer/Career Builders” author and lecturer John Crossman, CCIM brings the depth of his personal and professional experience that transcends professions and lifestyles to the surface.
The eye-opening book that helps young professionals and college students reach their full potential by avoiding life choices that can cause them to ruin their careers is ranked No. 1 on the 2017 Goodreads Choice Awards and recently won a prestigious Gold Award from the Nonfiction Authors Association.
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Crossman shares his expertise and insight based from his most requested speech, The Top 5 Ways to Get Fired and The Top 5 Ways to Keep from Being Fired.
As president of Crossman & Company, one of the largest retail leasing, management and investment sales firms in the Southeast, Crossman’s guidance and insight comes from leadership in one of the most people oriented industries – commercial real estate.
“From my personal experience, there is a need for additional training resources for the millennials on the core aspects of being a professional. Our goal is to help them lead a healthy and successful life,” noted Crossman.
“Career Killers/Career Builders” is the culmination of best-practice and bad-idea examples and anecdotes for over two decades of first-hand knowledge and experience. Real world lessons learned from “Career Killers/Career Builders” are gleaned from John and his brother Scott building Crossman & Company into one of the industry’s most respected and thriving commercial real estate firms.
John M. Crossman, CCIM is a nationally recognized writer, panelist and lecturer on successful careers. In addition, he is a mentor and a passionate advocate for young professionals. Mentoring students at universities and colleges throughout the Southeast, John is a sought-after expert offering insight on student advancement and professional and personal success. John is president of Crossman & Company, a regional commercial real estate company. He is married and has two daughters.