Katie Singer
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Where do you live and work (City)?
London
What are your top professional skills?
Communications, Network Management
What kinds of management education and development services are you involved in?
Leadership training for sustainable development
What is your main interest in the AMED network?
networking
Please share your favourite management development insight or quote.
The task of leadership is not to put greatness into people, but to elicit it, for the greatness is there already.
John Buchan
What kind of person are you?
Morning
Your Business Website
http://lead.org

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At 0:36 on September 15, 2012, Bob MacKenzie said…

Hi, Katie

Welcome to the AMED Network.

I expect you're already aware of AMED's Sustainable Development Network.  There's a joint meeting of the SDN and the AMED Writers' Group on 15 October, if you're interested (check under 'Events').

How about posting an image of yourself, to enable mutual recognition?

Best wishes.  Bob

 
 
 

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