Power inequality colors political and business process, outcome, efficiency and civility at every level. How can we affect change for the better? That was the premise behind the discussion I lead along with panelists Julie Moorhead, Vice President of Sales, Thirty-One Gifts, Mary B. Relloto, Founder and Owner, Dames Bond LLC, and Antoinette Wilson, Principle and CEO, Triumph Communications, Inc.
Columbus (OH) Metropolitan Club president Rich Terapak and the amazing “Changing the Guard” panel I had a chance to facilitate at the CMC’s luncheon event: l-r, Mary B. Relatto, founder of Dames Bond; me in the red jacket (surprised?), Julie Moorhead, V.P. sales, Thirty-one Gifts; and Antoinette Wilson, CEO of Triumph Communications.
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