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A CONVERSATION WITH

DR. RAND FANDRICH

  

Dr. Rand Fandrich is an experienced HR scholar/practitioner in the private and public sectors; Higher Education Administration; International HR Adviser/Trainer; and the Founder of the Expatriate Foundation. 


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“Failure is a signpost to turn you in another direction.”


 ~Oprah

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DID YOU KNOW

 According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 65.9% of people with disabilities are unemployed?


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THOSE THAT SERVE 

DAVID GREEN


David is an executive with diverse global experience in supply chain management, fleet, and legal counsel operations. Having served five Expeditionary Combat Tours in Iraq and Afghanistan and six short tours in Africa he has been awarded the Combat Action Badge and the Bronze Star Medal. 


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 Does anonymity encourage people to misbehave or does it reveal how people would choose to act all the time if they could? 


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 WOMEN ON LEADERSHIP  

RHODA MAE KERR

Throughout history, women have been pioneers in overcoming social expectancies of what they should be and do, especially when it comes to the workplace.  Around 1815, before women had the right to vote, Molly Williams became the first known woman firefighter by joining Oceanus Engine Company #11 in New York City. 



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5 MUST READ BOOKS

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  1. Show Your Ink       Todd Dewett 
  2. SoulPancake        Rainn Wilson
  3. Work. Pump. Repeat.    Jessica Shortall
  4. 365 Ideas To Go From Good To Great On Twitter                   John Sparks
  5. Tell Me Everything  Margaret Chadwick

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 Mary Davenport Engberg 

 1880-1951 


  The first Female to Conduct a Symphony Orchestra Mary Davenport-Engberg was an American violinist, composer and conductor. 

 Engberg went on to organize the 85-member Davenport Engberg Orchestra in Bellingham. She led its opening concert in 1914. 


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LEADERSHIP STYLES

COACH


 As the name implies, this coach leader identifies strengths of each person on the team. They encourage and develope individuals and focus on bringing everyone together as a unified unit. 


 The coach recognizes the value of each individual to the whole and leverages the talents each person has. Similar to sports, the leader understands that the team is only as strong as the weekest player. 


This type of leadership involves developing strategy and the ability to put it into action.


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DEVELOPING COMMUNICATION SKILL


Communication is a skill that is learned and only through intentional application and practice can we perfect it. Whether you have had communication failures in the past or are experiencing one now, it is never too late to improve by keeping in mind a few things.


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LEADERSHIP CONVERSATIONS

LEADERSHIP CONVERSATIONS

A unique and personal look into what makes a good leader from the perspective of individual experience.  


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