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Managing to Make a Difference

Managing to Make a Difference

Thursday at 2 PM Pacific

May 11th 2017:Embrace the Ebb and Flow of Relationships

Many people believe that relationships between two people should be 50/50. Ideally, this is true – burdens and rewards should be equally shared. However, that is not reality. On any given day, one person gives more and carries more of the burden, even if the rewards are shared equally. Relationships have an ebb and flow. Some days are 70/30 and others are 40/60. And it’s important to note that this may not even out over time. Is that fair and equitable? Larry Sternberg and Kim Turnage have the answers!

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Kyle Bruss

As the lead of talent acquisition and associate learning and development for Talent Plus ®, Kyle Bruss obsesses over finding talented candidates for Talent Plus and ensuring our onboarding and learning programs meet associate needs. Bruss also works as a senior consultant with several clients in their recruitment, selection and organizational development efforts. Most recently his work encompasses initiatives that include a full range of consulting services from mission and vision development, recruitment, selection, team development, one-on-one coaching and management development.
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