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Tuesday Leadership Lessons at U-Hour
Tuesdays, 12 - 12:30 PM via Zoom
In just a half hour, learn how to lead through these unique and challenging times.
April 14: TedTalk: Dr. Neff: Self Compassion's Power
April 21: HBR.org: Building Trust in a Virtual Workspace
April 28: TedTalk: Sreeram Lyer: Why Spirituality Matters in Corporate Leadership
May 5: Podcast: Teamwork and a NFL Star's Retirement
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