What do you need to do to take control of how you deal with the professional relationships in your life and improve your professional development potential? Dr. Ed discusses with Claire how to come up with the best approach for you using his proven techniques.
Dr. Edward Lewellen holds an Honorary Doctorate of Divinity, Certified Master Executive Coach, Master NLP Practitioner, Master Life Coach and has an MBA in Management. He has consulted with businesses, universities, and Chambers of Commerce on value-adding business forums and topics.
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