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Russal Trahan delineates the importance of traditional follow up in a non-traditional business world
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Alex Malley, author, believes that leadership is about the risk and reward.
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CHRO and Former NFL Player Ken Reeves on the leadership development program his team has adopted and implemented at the Fort Worth YMCA.
Training Millenials will be a challenge, but knowing their unique characteristics can help your organization assimilate the new generation.
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Candace Matthews, Regional President of Americas at Amway, is determined to give both credit and time to those who deserve it the most.