Find Your Voice at Work: The Power of Storytelling in the Workplace
This is a book about telling stories that matter at work. Give voice to your convictions and stand up for what you believe in. Find Your Voice at Work describes a time honored way for narrating stories. You dont need a Ph.D. in storytelling to tell a story that is life changing.
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