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In this article, Gwyneth Letherbarrow examines the concept of emotional intelligence and its role in the work place.
Nick synthesizes his experience in some pragmatic recommendations for the newly appointed global manager.
In her article, Gwyneth examines the concept of emotional intelligence and its role in the work place.
Paul scrutinises systems thinking, its operation in different industries and the issues associated with it.
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