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Sure thing, George!
You can reach me at: email@example.com
Looking forward to reading about your leadership development project!
Thanks again for your comments!
Re Giorgio Nardone: I saw him in action, during a workshop and he is really great! However, not so much the people who work with him. If you want to attend any program in Arezzo, make sure he is the one actually delivering it, and not one of his colleagues - I had the chance to see two of them in action, and I was unimpressed; one of them was related to him...
I hope the above info is useful!
thanks for your interest!
Which book are you talking about?
"Coaching Leaders" is in Italian, you can find it at amazon.it
while the book edited by Thorana Nelson, "Doing Something Different" can be found at amazon.com
Glad te be your friend now!Warmly: Bert
it is an honour to become one of your friends.
What about you call me ?
Have an idea you might like...
Good to touch base again. How are things with you? What's your next step in your SF journey? Would like to learn from you!
All the best, Roswitha