Titan's Laws of Success w/Dr. ArLyne Diamond

EPISODE 1:
Interpersonal Relationships in a Global Environment

May 7, 2014 | ArLyne's Bio

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Especially today, when most workers are educated and have the freedom to move from job to job, how we treat each other, and in particular how managers manage people is critically important to the success of any workplace.

Dr. Diamond teaches how to select, retain, manage, and motivate so that you are obtaining the most loyal, creative and productive staff. The cultural and behavioral differences and expectations from people of other countries often gets in the way of cooperative team play. With her assistance, people from vastly different backgrounds learn how to understand and work with each other.

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