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Stephanie Chung, Executive Coach, Sales Mentor and Business Advisor

It takes a very talented, determined and experienced individual to successfully lead a business, complete numerous tasks and meet business goals.  As you know, business leaders have many responsibilities and are expected to fulfill their roles to the best of their ability. However, being constantly pulled in different directions, drowning in paperwork and solving all sorts of problems can certainly take a toll and cause a tremendous amount of stress.

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Chip R. Bell, Author, Sprinkles:  Creating Awesome Experiences Through Innovative Service

We are in a peculiar business era.  Customers demand personalized, tailor-made delight delivered by highly adaptive front line people.   New products and services released today can be reverse engineered and duplicated by competitors before close of business tomorrow.  Newly acquired skills are obsolete almost overnight.   And, “white water” alteration in structure creates a never-ending “boss de jure” experience for employees.

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Linda Drumright, General Manager, Clinical Trial Optimization Solutions, IMS

Mentoring has been one of the most rewarding aspects of my career. Over the years, I have learned a tremendous amount about myself from my work with some of my most determined mentees. Regardless of whether we had similar industry affiliations or career disciplines along our unique paths we were able to help each other expand through our commitment to each other.



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