Michael Schell

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Post-Election: CEOs Can Heal Wounds Impairing Productivity with Respect and Collaboration

Americans today not only are deeply divided, but are showing less patience and respect for each other’s opinions. A CEO might be best advised not to take the issue of civility head-on, but rather take the tact of reinforcing the business value and of a civil, collaborative environment.
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