Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 25, 2013
The Innovation Effect, a new and creative coaching tool for women, announces its featured exposure in, respectively, Realty Times and Entrepreneur Podcast Radio. Both outlets include commentary from Annette Fosaas, a marketing and management expert who is the founder of The Innovation Effect. This application is available for download at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id603100745?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D4
Visitors can also listen to Annette’s interview, where she discusses the principles responsible for the success of The Innovation Effect at: http://tinyurl.com/bsyootz. Her article in Realty Times, which details the way women executives can use The Innovation Effect as an ideal application for the iPad, is available at: http://realtytimes.com/rtpages/20130320_innovationeffect.htm
The application is rich with ideas, solutions and examples that users can apply immediately – to coach themselves, encourage their colleagues or improve the processes in their respective organizations. As a self-paced learning tool that complements each person’s lifestyle, The Innovation Effect is an ideal platform for the iPad, with 8 distinctive features such as:
1. The Story Behind
2. Inspire Me
3. Dreams to Action
4. Are You Stuck?
5. Create Yourself
6. How to Grow
7. How to Lead
8. Books I Love
In addition, The Innovation Effect has over 30 custom items, tools and techniques for personal professional growth. Along with its conversational style and inspiring illustrations, the application is an affordable (less than the price for a cup of coffee) and original way to empower women and enhance productivity.
About Annette Fosaas
Annette Fosaas is a distinguished executive and consultant, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and International Marketing from the Norwegian School of Business, and the École supérieure de commerce in France. She has 18 years of broad experience in strategy and business development, marketing, brand building, media relations and management in international and Nordic FMCG companies. Visitors can learn more about The Innovation Effect at http://www.theinnovationeffect.com.