Emma Gannon is a Sunday Times bestselling author, speaker, novelist and host of the no. 1 careers podcast in the UK, Ctrl Alt Delete. She began her career working in digital media agencies, then Bauer Media, then Condé Nast, and has since been published in places like The Telegraph, The Guardian, Vanity Fair and ELLE, as well as being a columnist for The Telegraph, COURIER and The Sunday Times. The Multi-Hyphen Method – a manifesto for multi-hyphenates crafting work on their own terms – became an immediate Sunday Times business bestseller. After the book’s publication, she was selected in the 2018 Forbes 30 under 30 list, Management Today '35 Under 35, and The Telegraph’s ‘Millennials To Watch’. Her third work of non-fiction is Sabotage: How to Silence Your Inner Critic and Get Out of Your Own Way. In July 2020, Emma's first novel OLIVE was published, a story that follows a protagonist asking the big questions about motherhood (to have, or not to have children?) published by Harper Collins. The book is narrated by BAFTA-winning actor Sian Clifford and hit no.1 in the Apple audiobook charts. Her WEBBY-nominated podcast Ctrl, Alt, Delete is a non-traditional careers podcast founded in 2016 and gives an insight into people who’ve looked at their interests to shape the work they do. It won Best Business Podcast at the Vuelio Awards in 2019 and has had nearly 8 million downloads, with guests including the philosopher Alain de Botton, activist Rachel Cargle and cleaning guru Mrs Hinch. It was also one of the first podcasts to record an episode from inside Buckingham Palace. She is also write a weekly newsletter called The Hyphen that is an exploration of ideas that have got her thinking in new ways, and an online book club, The Hyphen Book Club.Read more Read less
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