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Palin’s Power Outage

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Palin’s Power Outage

Thursday, August 6, 2009

You have to wonder if it is becoming more fashionable to be a quitter. We’ve seen CEOs hired as change agents declaring victory after several months  moving on while the company stays in intensive care.  This week  Los Angeles Police Chief Bill Bratton resigned with three years remaining on his contract and U.S. Senator Martinez […]

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We recently had Gael O’Brien speak to us at the Network of Enterprising Women and she gave an outstanding talk on ethics in the workplace and how we might meet it head on. I highly recommend listening to her or inviting her to speak at your venue.

Dianne Pollard
President of Network of Enterprising Women