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Book Review: 'Leading in A Diverse Environment' by Dr. Teddie Malangwasira

In Leading in a Diverse Environment, Teddie E. Malangwasira, PhD, looks at the steps leaders must take to create effective growth in an organization that also values diversity, makes everyone feel inc... read more

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