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Sins and CEOs: Lessons from Leaders and Losers That Will Change Your Career
August 10, 2012 @ 08:40 AM | By Tonya Hottmann

Everyone is the CEO of something.

Whether managing a department, leading a volunteer committee, or even coaching a soccer team - we all are in charge of some aspect of our lives. Often times, being a leader means you must make challenging decisions under an immense amount of pressure and scrutiny.

Join Richard Moran on Wednesday, August 15 at 1:00 p.m. eastern for a free webinar as he teaches you how to become a stronger and more focused leader.

During this hour-long webinar, you will learn:

  • How to identify 9 common offenses of the workplace
  • About the Sins of Omission and how they can affect your professional life
  • How to avoid the most egregious intentional sins

Register now

About Our Speaker:
Richard A. Moran is a nationally known authority on corporate leadership and workplace issues. He is currently the Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chair at Accretive Solutions, a venture capitalist and serves as director on several boards. Richard is credited with creating the genre of “business bullet” books, based on the belief that business is often best directed by simple, rather than complex principles. His latest book is Sins and CEOs: Lessons from Leaders and Losers That Will Change Your Career.  His previous books include National Bestseller Never Confuse a Memo with Reality; Beware Those Who Ask for Feedback; Fear No Yellow Stickies; Cancel the Meetings, Keep the Doughnuts; and Nuts, Bolts and Jolts.

Tonya Hottmann imageTonya Hottmann is the director of marketing at InterCall, responsible for small business marketing. Before joining InterCall, Tonya ran a boutique marketing consulting firm for 10 years. An avid baseball fan, she enjoys reading, traveling, exercising and spending summer days at the beach.

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Jonathan Trent

So I didn't see this Webinar but there are several people I work with who I wish did. I just want to say that there is a difference between a manager and a leader. The best is combination of both. I would lean more towards a leader if I had to choose though.

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