Learning to communicate effectively and exposing the world to the real you is the subject of today’s episode. While IT is a key part of all of our business lives, we need to realize it is really only a tool to meet the goals we’ve set for ourselves.
Paola Saibene, CEO of Neuropeach Labs, has years of experience in IT transformation and business Innovation, having held multiple CIO/ CTO/ CSO/ COO positions in government and in the private sector, including multi-billion dollar enterprises, including the State of Hawaii. She is a pioneer in transforming and innovating in organizations under tremendous scrutiny.
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Paul E. Maynard, otherwise known as The Relentless Networker, is an independent marketing, communications and business consultant based in the Dallas. He specializes in building and managing relationships. His work as a social media strategist for small- and medium-sized businesses and his experience as a dimensional marketer qualify him as an expert face-to-face networker.Post Views: 1,009
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Join me and my next guest, Rashmi Malhotra, as she explains how one of the world’s leading family-owned luxury fine wine companies has taken their 56 years of winery experience, leveraged education, technology and their vision for the future, to create a side opportunity like no other. Stay tuned and learn about Boisset wineries, and how they are bringing their quality wines to a home near you!Post Views: 1,145
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