7 Ways You Can Excel as a Manager
Why try to be a pilot if you’re a better engineer? Find out what you’re good at and build on it. You are much more likely to excel as a manager if you know what it is you can do and accept what you can’t. You can always try to improve on your weaknesses, but you have better chances at success if you fine-tune your strengths instead.
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This is a group of well chosen professional speakers who serve the franchise community at conventions or special events. Most of these speakers have franchise convention speaking track records with outstanding ratings from many of America's leading c