Five Questions That Will Change Your Life

Miller, John
August 2006
Guideposts;Aug2006, p9
The article presents the author's views on the importance of personal responsibility to the career development of employees and executives. He said that he spent the past 20 years of his life working as a consultant to corporations that want to run with more efficiency and harmony. He met with executives and told them that the key to success-in life as well as in the workplace, is personal responsibility.


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