Leadership Imperatives & a New Cultural Model (Module 5 of 14)

Is fear driving the behavior of your team? Are businesses sacrificing people to save profitability? Where are the good leaders, and how should they guide their teams in times of crisis? Michael and Marcus continue the discussion. Please share, leave comments, ask questions, etc.

04/27/23
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