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 Benefits of transitioning to a concierge model | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 12:45

Dr. Jeffrey H. Graf, M.D., a top-ranked physician and cardiologist providing compassionate, state-of-the-art care for men and women in and around New York City joins Enterprise Radio. Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Dr. Jeffrey H. Graf discuss the following: * Why don’t’ you start by telling us about how youbecame a physician and a specialist in cardiology?* What made you decide to transition to a concierge model? How did you see it benefiting you as a physician and your patients?* What do you see as the key benefits to Members of the Graf CCPHP concierge program?* How have your patients reacted to the change? How do you findthat this model contributes to helping patients seek optimal health?* What would your best advice be for other doctors who are considering transitioning to a concierge model? Jeffrey H. Graf, M.D. is a top-ranked internist and cardiologist providing compassionate, state-of-the-art care for men and women who live in and around New York City. At his Manhattan practice, Dr. Graf offers an array of services for the prevention, detection, and treatment of diseases and illnesses. Dr. Graf earned his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine. He completed his Residency in Internal Medicine and Fellowship in Cardiology at The Mount Sinai Hospital Medical Center. He is certified by the American Board in both Internal Medicine and Cardiology and is a Physician on staff at The Mount Sinai Hospital and the Icahn School of Medicine. Dr. Graf has been in practice for over 30 years and continues to provide patient-centered care, tailored to the needs of each of his patients. Dr. Graf was elected to both Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Omega Alpha. He has been designated as one of the Castle Connolly Top Doctors®. Website: www.grafccphp.com People also listened to this: Navigating the Impossible: How to Turn We Could Never Do That into What is Next?

 The Power of Mindfulness in Digital Marketing | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 8:19

Christine Lopez, Founder and CEO of Mindful Rise, a digital marketing agency for conscious brands joins Enterprise Radio. Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Christine Lopez discuss the following: * What is mindful digital marketing marketing? How would a mindful Marketing strategy differentiate from traditional methods?* What would you consider the definition of a conscious brand? * What advice do you have for companies or entrepreneurs who don’t have a conscious brand but want to shift their branding to be more aligned with that niche? * Do you have a tip for our listeners to help them to be mindful with their social media and digital message? * What is the most powerful benefit of positioning your company to a more mindful audience?  The name “Mindful Rise” was designed to deliver uplifting, abundant, and purposeful energy. Creating digital strategies that are a reflection of you with the purpose of elevating your positive impact on the world is what Mindful Rise is all about. Simply, we are in the business of making the world a better place. Turn your strong ecological values into economical value for your brand, while aligning you with your dream clients. Website: www.mindfulrise.com Social Media Links: Facebook: facebook.com/mymindfulrise Twitter: @mindful_rise Instagram: instagram.com/mindfulrise People also listened to this: Navigating the Impossible: How to Turn We Could Never Do That into What is Next?

 How you can become a startup superstar | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 15:19

Steve Kahan, author of a new book called, Be a Startup Superstar that teaches those graduating college and young professionals how to earn a great living doing what they love by igniting their career at a tech startup joins Enterprise Radio. This episode of Enterprise Radio is in association with the Author Channel. Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Steve Kahan discuss the following: * What exactly is a start-up?* Why work for a start-up instead of a large corporation? Are there not more job opportunities at large corporations?* How does one find the best start-up opportunities?* How do you separate a start-up with a good story from one with a good story and a good chance at success?* What skills, experiences make for a standout candidate at a start-up?* What questions should be asked when considering a start-up’s potential?* I understand you just released your first book entitled “Be a Start-Up Superstar”. For all the young professionals out there who feel stuck in their careers, how can this book help? Steven Mark Kahan has successfully helped to grow six start-up companies from early-stage development to going public or being sold, resulting in more than $3 billion in shareholder value. He is currently CMO at Thycotic, which will become the seventh. Steve inspires teams and their organizations to take on the impossible and succeed. He has just written a book published by Wiley and Audible and available on Amazon.com called “Be a Startup Superstar“.  The book teaches those graduating college and young professionals how to earn a great living doing what they love by igniting their career at a tech startup. Website: www.beastartupsuperstar.com People also listened to this: Living a Purpose Filled Life: Make the Shift

 Navigating the Impossible: How to Turn We Could Never Do That into What is Next? | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 16:13

Jason Caldwell, the Founder of Latitude 35, a leadership training firm that operates around the globe joins Enterprise Radio. His new book is “Navigating the Impossible: Build Extraordinary Teams and Shatter Expectations”. This episode of Enterprise Radio is in association with the Author Channel. Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Jason Caldwell discuss the following: * How do you see yourself as being different than all the other leadership and team-building experts out there? Why you?* What’s been the most difficult challenge you’ve come across when leading teams through these incredible adventures?* What do you say to those who are listening now and thinking, “yeah that’s all good but I’m not a big athlete or superstar. What about me?”* What’s your next big challenge, and what sort of things are you focused on in order to make it a success?* What’s one thing you look for in a teammate when building a team?* Talk about this notion of “quitting” and the difference between a healthy quit and a toxic one. Jason Caldwell is the Founder of Latitude 35, a leadership training firm that operates around the globe. He works with organizations including Nike, Booking.com, Columbia Business School, and the Haas School of Business and delivers speaking programs to packed crowds at Fortune 500 companies and universities worldwide. A professional adventure racer, Caldwell currently holds over a dozen world records across five continents. His new book is Navigating the Impossible: Build Extraordinary Teams and Shatter Expectations. Website: www.latitude35leadership.com Social Media Links: Facebook: Teamlatitude35Instagram: @teamlatitude35 People also listened to this: Building a Positive Team Identity with Dr. Tim Baker

 Understanding the Power of Brand Management | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 12:25

Roger Dudler, the Founder and CEO of Frontify, a cloud-based software that’s the living core for brand guidelines, asset libraries, and projects joins Enterprise Radio. Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Roger Dudler discuss the following: * You have some big funding news – a $22.3M Series B. What can you share about the investors – EQT Ventures – what this means for Frontify, and plans on how you’ll use the funding.* Frontify provides a brand management software. Can you explain what brand management is, exactly, and how does it impact business value? * Where was the idea for Frontify born, and what does building a SaaS company in St. Gallen, Switzerland look like?* You’ve got an office in New York as well. How does this fit into the big picture?* What does the future of Frontify and this category look like? What’s next? Summary: Frontify is truly defining a category with its all-in-one solution for brands, growing and adapting to the unique needs of each business. Proper brand management is a critical aspect of building long-term brand and business value. Founder & CEO of Frontify, Roger Dudler, was born in a small town in Eastern Switzerland. He worked as a software engineer and product designer in the software industry for over 10 years. In 2012, Roger was inspired to create a platform that could simplify interdisciplinary collaboration in branding products and launched Frontify in 2013. In addition to spearheading the company, Roger has worked on several software products ranging from governmental to weather forecast applications. He is the proud father of a 4-year old boy and enjoys spending time with his family in the city of St. Gallen. Website: www.frontify.com Social Media Links:Facebook: facebook.com/FrontifyTwitter: @frontify People also listened to this: Millennials, and the Blockchain World

 From The Written Page to The Big Screen: Making Your Dreams Come True | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 15:53

Tom Ingrassia, an award winning author and radio personality, success coach, motivational speaker and a dreamer again joins Enterprise Radio. Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Tom Ingrassia discuss the following: * Your book, One Door Closes: Overcoming Adversity By Following Your Dreams was published in 2013, and has won several national awards. Now, it is being adapted as a documentary film. How did that come about?* What is the message of the documentary?* Did you ever imagine that a book you wrote would become a feature film?* What challenges have you faced in bringing One Door Closes to the screen?* What are your plans for One Door Closes once production is completed? Tom Ingrassia, founder and president of both Tom Ingrassia Productions and The MotivAct Group, is a motivational speaker, success coach, award-winning author, and radio personality. In 2001, following a successful 25-year career in higher education–Tom re-invented himself as an entertainment manager (his life-long dream) with the formation of Tom Ingrassia Productions and Artist Management. Along the way, he has worked with some of the legendary siners of the 1960s, including Mary Wilson (The Supremes), Arlene Smith (The Chantels), Barbara Alston (The Crystals), June Monteiro (The Toys), The Velvelettes, Carl Gardner (The Coasters), and actress Dee Wallace. In 2006, Tom formed The MotivAct Group, offering holistic personal and professional development workshop, seminars, and individual coaching for success. Tom’s award-winning books One Door Closes: Overcoming Adversity By Following Your Dreams (co-authored with Jared Chrudimsky) and Reflections Of A Love Supreme: Motown Through The Eyes Of Fans were published in 2013 and 2015.  One Door Closes currently is being adapted as a documentary film–Korey’s Courage–due out in late 2020. Every Wednesday morning, Tom morphs into “Motown Tom”–host of The Motown Jukebox on WCUW 91.3FM in Worcester, MA, and streaming live worldwide at www.wcuw.org, where he spins the very best of the Motown Sound, and tells the stories behind the music. Tom was named Best Radio Personality in the 2014 and 2015 Landmark Readers’ Choice Awards. Websites:  www.motivactgroup.com | www.ingrassiaproductions.com People also listened to this: How Innovation Keeps Your Company on Top

 How Innovation Keeps Your Company on Top | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 19:13

Justin Hartenstein, founder and Director of Development of ORACLE Lighting, which has been a leader in the aftermarket automotive lighting industry since 1999 joins Enterprise Radio. Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Justin Hartenstein discuss the following: * What types of products and services does ORACLE Lighting offer?* How did ORACLE grow to be an industry leader with customers around the world?* What’s the first step in creating a new product?* Once you have determined a market you want to pursue, what is the next step?* Building innovative ideas takes creativity, any tips on increasing creativity?* What advice would you give to an entrepreneur just starting out? Justin Hartenstein, Director of Development at ORACLE Lighting, founded the company in 1999 as a teenager who was custom building automotive accessories and selling them online. Following Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Hartenstein focused on growing ORACLE and has since scaled the company to have over 30 employees and more than 11,000 unique LED lighting products. In 2019, Hartenstein was named a finalist for the SEMA Gen-III Innovator of the Year based on his groundbreaking designs and advocacy for the aftermarket lighting industry in the face of counterfeiting and regulation. Website: oraclelights.com Social Media Links: Facebook: facebook.com/oraclelightsTwitter: twitter.com/oraclelightsInstagram: instagram.com/oraclelights People also listened to this: Liz Sara of the National Women’s Business Council on its Policy Recommendations to the Federal Government

 Liz Sara of the National Women’s Business Council on its Policy Recommendations to the Federal Government | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 16:50

Liz Sara, chair of the non-partisan National Women’s Business Council, appointed by the President joins Enterprise Radio. Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Liz Sara discuss the following: * Tell us how the National Women’s Business Council was formed and why?* We understand you just issued an annual report.  Tell us about your angel tax credit recommendations.* How do women from minority groups do in terms of getting business loans?* How does the Council encourage more women in STEM-related fields?* What obstacles are there for women in rural areas to start a business? Liz Sara is chair of the National Women’s Business Council, the non-partisan federal advisory committee created to serve as an independent source of advice and policy recommendations to the President, Congress, and the U.S. Small Business Administration on economic issues of importance to women business owners. She is also the Founder and President of Best Marketing, LLC, where she consults for more than 90 small businesses in the high-tech sector, and serves as a chief business advisor to entrepreneurs in creating and executing go-to market strategies. Previously, she played a principal role as Co-founder of SpaceWorks, an eCommerce software company, where she facilitated its startup and growth to nearly $25 million in revenue. Website: www.nwbc.gov Social Media Links: Facebook: facebook.com/NWBCgov Twitter: @NWBC People also listened to this: Women are Creating the Glass Ceiling and Have the Power to End It

 Millennials, and the Blockchain World | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 18:23

Cody Robertson, millennial expert & Creative Director from Polyient Labs, an early-stage business incubator helping entrepreneurs fast-track blockchain innovations joins Enterprise Radio.  Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Cody Robertson discuss the following: * Nick Casares from Polyient Labs has been on our show prior but since we last spoke to your team and for those that missed that broadcast, can you provide a refresher on what Polyient Lab is and how has it grown in the past year and a half?   * You sound really enthusiastic about blockchain. How long have you been working in the blockchain space?* Are you equally “bullish” on cryptocurrencies? Are you a crypto investor, for instance? * Do you agree with Tim Draper when he advised millennials to invest in bitcoin? * Do you find most millennials know a lot about crypto or is there a lack of knowledge and how do you explain cryptocurrencies to your friends? * How do you explain Cryptocurrencies on a high-level to your friends?* You recently conducted an experiment with your friends on Crypto. Can you tell us about that and what was the outcome? * Let’s talk about your blockchain-incubation projects? What sort of projects are you and Polyient are working on? * I’ve been hearing a lot about blockchain gaming. Can you explain to our listeners how it differs from traditional gaming?* When you first started as a designer, did you ever imagine the creative opportunities that blockchain would open up?  * If anyone is interested in seeing your work – or learning more about Polyient Labs, how can they find you? Cody Robertson is the creative director for Polyient Labs, where he oversees the design and brand strategy for Polyient and its portfolio clients. Prior to Polyient, he spent close to a decade serving in various senior creative roles at agencies and firms in NYC, LA and Phoenix working on behalf of numerous world-class brands. He recently earned a certificate in Blockchain Business Innovation and Application from MIT. His work has appeared in CEOWORLD magazine, Modus, Social Media Today, Canvas and Starternoise. Website: www.polyient.io Social Media Links:Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/polyientTwitter: @PolyientDribble: dribbble.com/crobertson97 People also listened to this: A new podcast that speaks to the blockchain community

 Building a Positive Team Identity with Dr. Tim Baker | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 10:48

Dr. Tim Baker who was voted one of the 50 Most Talented Global Training & Development Leaders by the World HRD Congress and an expert in teams and leadership and author of his latest Winning Teams joins Enterprise Radio. This episode of Enterprise Radio is in association with the Author Channel. Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Dr. Tim Baker discuss the following: * What is team identity? How do you define it? And what are its characteristics? * How do you define the term ‘buffering’?* What about the term ‘bridging’?* And what is ‘building’?* What is the leader’s role in creating a positive team identity? Do you have one tip? Dr. Tim Baker is a specialist in organisational performance. He has a successful track record in transforming organisational capability through change programs and leadership capability development for 18 years. Organisational effectiveness is Tim’s forte. He is a disruptive thinker, willing to challenge conventional HR practices and come up with practical, innovative solutions to real-world problems. Tim has conducted major consulting assignments from Saudi Arabia to Singapore. His clients range from police departments to symphony orchestra, and every industry in between. Tim’s point-of-difference is to turn rigorous theoretic perspectives into practical workable solutions. In 2013, Tim was voted one of the 50 Most Talented Global Training & Development Leaders by the World HRD Congress.He is author of nine books, including his latest: “Winning Teams: Apply the All Black’s Formula to Your Team.” In a nutshell, Tim has conducted over 2,430 seminars, workshops, keynote addresses and coaching programs to over 45,000 people in 11 countries across 21 industry groups. Website: www.winnersatwork.com.au Social Media Links: Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/winnersatwork Facebook: www.facebook.com/winnersatworkptyltd Twitter: @winnersatwork Instagram: instagram.com/winnersatwork People also listened to this: Invisible Factors of Leadership with Dr. Joni Carley

 Break Free from Leadership Autopilot | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 14:19

Michael Bianco-Splann, a conscious leadership expert that offers a roadmap to enrich your leadership skills, tap into your purpose, and profoundly impact those with whom you lead, serve, and collaborate joins Enterprise Radio. Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Michael Bianco-Splann discuss the following: * How did you arrive at your first book, Conscious Leadership: 7 Principles That Will Change Your Business and Change Your Life?* What is the inspiration for the second book, Dying to Live: A Tapestry of Reinvention?* If you could boil down your main points of the book, Conscious Leadership, what would they be?* How do see your work advancing others?* You have a spiritual slant to your work. How do you see the intersection of leadership and spirituality play out? Michael Bianco-Splann is a conscious leadership expert, inspirational speaker, and master certified corporate trainer with over 30 years of frontline executive experience. He offers a transformative approach to leadership—within Fortune 100 companies to small boutique enterprises—for those seeking a life that’s true to one’s passion and purpose. He is the author of Conscious Leadership: 7 Principles That Will Change Your Business and Change Your Life and Dying to Live: A Tapestry of Reinvention. Website: illuminateambitions.com Social Media Links:  Facebook: facebook.com/illuminateambitionsInstagram: instagram.com/biancosplanncoachTwitter: twitter.com/youriamcoach People also listened to this: Living a Purpose Filled Life: Make the Shift

 Invisible Factors of Leadership with Dr. Joni Carley | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 14:43

Dr. Joni Carley who has been consulting and coaching with private and public sector leaders and their teams for over twenty-five years and the author of the new book “The Alchemy of Power” joins Enterprise Radio. This episode of Enterprise Radio is in association with the Author Channel. Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Dr. Joni Carley discuss the following: * Your book, The Alchemy of Power, dives into the “invisible factors” of leadership. What are some of those factors that business owners (and leaders in general) need to master to be successful?* You write in the book, “The authenticity of your words reflects the clarity and integrity of your consciousness and it indicates the degree of authority you actually hold.” Can you talk about the critical communication skills leaders need to master?* You refer to “mojo” often in the book. Can you explain leadership “mojo” and why it’s important?* What is “Leadership GPS” and how can you set your own? What are the benefits?* Where do you see leadership styles headed in the future? What should today’s leaders (big and small) focus on as head into a new year? Dr. Joni Carley has been consulting and coaching with private and public sector leaders and their teams for over twenty-five years. Her expertise in values-driven leadership and cultural development draws on a unique depth and breadth of experience—ranging from the jungle to the boardroom, from the C-suite to the podium, the African Bush to Asian Temples, and from universities to the United Nations, where she is currently Vice Chair of the Coalition for Global Citizenship 2030 and Chair of its Policy and Advocacy sub-committee. She is also a member of the UN Major Groups Commons Cluster, UN Committee on Spirituality, Values, and Global Concerns, and the UN Committee of Religious Non-Governmental Organizations.  Joni has a doctorate in The Reinvention of Work, was a contributor to Stepping Stones to Success, vol 1, with Deepak Chopra and Jack Canfield, and has written for Kosmos Journal, and for Huffington Post’s blog, Thrive Global. She is an ordained inter-spiritual minister who has trekked the world discovering keys to human potential and to mojo management. In addition to offering retreats, workshops, individual consultations, and talks for leaders, Joni co-creates inter-spiritual programs that celebrate the mysterious spark of life that is unique in each of us and common to all.  Website: https://jonicarley.com Social Media Links: Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/drjoniTwitter: @JoniCarley People also listened to this:

 Visionary Company is Changing Automotive Industry | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 10:03

Maurice A. Jones the founder of MAJ Studios and the inventor of moBrella, a detachable car umbrella to add a luxury experience your everyday car joins Enterprise Radio. Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Maurice A. Jones discuss the following: * What is the moBrella? * How did you get started on your path of inventing the moBrella and who are the competitors?  * What are the key success features of the moBrella? * Who are the potential buyers and users for the moBrella? * What advice can you give other inventors who is looking to patent their products or start an invention?  Maurice A. Jones is the founder of MAJ Studios and the inventor of moBrella.  As a young child, Maurice was inquisitive and full of curiosity.  He found joy in taking things apart, analyzing its purpose and grasping a full understanding of its functionality.  Getting a concept of these interests allowed him to focus on better simplistic ways of operating.  Maurice’s grandfather, James Jones, would share stories of how at the age of two, Maurice was not intimidated by size or age. One night, he was looking for a snack and instead of getting an adult to reach high places, he grabbed a chair and a broom, used the handle to turn on the light switch then grabbed the chair to climb on to reach the refrigerator.  He was found by his grandmother reaching for snacks. It was then that they knew there were no obstacles he would allow to stand in his way. As an adult, he saw opportunity in age-old inventions to be updated and integrated with our 21st century.  Maurice’s wife, TiAndra, remembers countless nights spent drumming up sketches and ideas to make his vision a reality.  He would wake up in the middle of the night to jot down ideas or to make sketches of moBrella; sometimes disturbing his wife and son Emmanuel.  Tiandra would try to usher him back to sleep, but sleep was not going to stand in the way of destiny. By continuing to chase those feelings, he has been able to see the inner workings of his mind to become a fully functioning invention.   Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mobrella People also listened to this: Living a Purpose Filled Life: Make the Shift

 Living a Purpose Filled Life: Make the Shift | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 11:31

Andrea Davis, a Life Coach, Transition Strategist and International Speaker joins Enterprise Radio to discuss how to make the shift in living a purpose filled life. Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Andrea Davis discuss the following: * Why did you become a life coach specifically to women over 40?* How to you help women reinvent their lives?* What do you do as reinvention strategist?* What do you consider some of the major steps to reinventing yourself? * What one thing would you recommend to a women who is looking to change her life and live that bigger bolder life you mentioned previously? Andrea Davis served over 35 years in the Federal Government as a Quality Assurance Specialist and Contracting Officer, overseeing large-scale contracts for such agencies as the Department of Defense and NASA. Toward the end of her government career, Andrea transitioned to entrepreneurship where she now coaches clients, helping them discover their purpose and harness the power of their gifts. A member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF), Andrea is certified by the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC). She is a graduate of Fayetteville State University and received an MBA from Florida Institute of Technology. Website: msandreadavis.com Social Media Links: Facebook: facebook.com/andrea.davis.180 Instagram: @ms_andrea_davis Twitter: @MsAndreaDavis People also listened to this: The Single Emotion That’s Taken Down Facebook, Wells Fargo, and Volkswagen

 The Single Emotion That’s Taken Down Facebook, Wells Fargo, and Volkswagen | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 16:16

Alan Weiss that provides exact strategies to eradicate the fears that hold us back and author of his newest book “Fearless Leadership: Overcoming Reticence, Procrastination, and the Voices of Doubt Inside Your Head” joins Enterprise Radio. This episode of Enterprise Radio is in association with the Author Channel. Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Alan Weiss discuss the following: * What motivated you to write Fearless Leadership?* Why should leaders, and the business world, take fear seriously?* We tend to view fear as a hardwired human trait. But you stress that fear is learned. How so?* How can you tell the difference between real fear—and fear that’s merely perceived?* You often say, “You don’t need to feel afraid to be afraid.” How does fear manifest itself in such situations?* In your book, you talk about the 3 Fs of paralyzed leadership. How do these play out?* What’s the relationship between fear and procrastination?* If you’re a procrastinator, what steps can you take to regain control? Why are fear and perfectionism intertwined?* You talk about the power of asking, “Why?” How does this put our fears into perspective?* What are the hallmarks of fearless leaders?* What are simple tips anyone can use to become more fearless?* What do you hope readers will take from your book? Alan Weiss, Ph.D., is a consultant, speaker, and bestselling author. Described by the New York Post as “one of the most highly regarded independent consultants in America,” his consulting firm, Summit Consulting Group, Inc., has attracted clients such as Merck, Hewlett-Packard, GE, Mercedes-Benz, and more than 500 leading organizations. He is the author of 64 books, many of which have been included in university curricula and translated into 15 languages. His newest release is Fearless Leadership: Overcoming Reticence, Procrastination, and the Voices of Doubt Inside Your Head. Website: alanweiss.com Social Media Links: Facebook: facebook.com/MillionDollarConsultingInstagram: linkedin.com/in/alanweissphdTwitter: @BentleyGTCSpeedYoutube: youtube.com/user/alansummitconsulting People also listened to this: Transform Company Culture to Optimize Performance


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