The Greatest Good: Rethinking the Role of Relationships in the Moral Fiber of Our Companies and Our Communities
The Greatest Good is a powerful and thought provoking "field book" focusing on bringing integrity and growth to our personal and professional relationships. The authors build the case for the importance of healthy relationships in our corporations and our communities. With any luck, this book will change your life!
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