How I Learned To Deal With Change

How I learned to deal with change by embracing the opportunity to make a difference.
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If I could have dinner with any 5 people dead or alive, Marcus Buckingham would be one of the five. I think everything he does is pure leadership gold.

So when I found out that he was offering the StandOut Strengths Assessment for free during the pandemic, I took it right away.

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