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The SURVE Hour

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August 19th 2015:Special Encore Presentation: The Unspoken Truth about the Consequences of Success

They like your ideas about the changes that need to occur, and they are asking you to take responsibility for implementing your suggestions. This means significantly increased responsibilities, the need to build a team and a pay increase with multiple incentives. This is both scary and exhilarating for you. When accepting enhanced career opportunities similar to the one described above, whether it be with a new organization or with your current employer, the negative consequences that follow are significant, yet seldom if ever discussed. In this episode of 'The SURVE Hour', guest Morrie Shecht

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Morrie Shechtman

Morrie Shechtman, Chairman of Fifth Wave Leadership, a human capital development firm that works with key decision-makers, has consulted worldwide about managing disruptive change, creating growth-oriented self-sustaining corporate cultures, and developing leaders who impact bottom line results and quality of life. He has lectured on the connection between personal and professional transformation and productivity throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Latin America, Europe, Africa, Australia, India and New Zealand. He has authored Working Without A Net: How To Survive And Thrive In Today’s High Risk Business World and Fifth Wave Leadership: The Internal Frontier. He has been a national polic
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