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Hal Bolton discusses War Myths in the Workplace

6:00 pm, Dec 10, 2012 | Free
 
Hal Bolton's new book of business philosophy, Transforming War Myths in the Workplace: Keys to Productivity, Profits, and Peace, challenges the combative attitudes of traditional corporate practices. Bolton proposes something a little more humane. He calls upon modern business to move beyond a competition-focused mindset and embrace ways of doing business that grow profits and awareness in the workplace. Hal Bolton has served as the CEO of a multinational manufacturing corporation and worked as a consultant in the field of process improvement. He has also worked with communities, schools, and non-profit organizations to encourage positive social change. He lives in Santa Fe. Visit www.transformingwarmyths.com to learn more. You can also hear Hal speak with Craig Barnes on Our Times and with Mary Charlotte Domandi on Radio Cafe.

Phone: 474-6309
Address:
202 Galisteo St.,

87501
Website: www.transformingwarmyths.com

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