Attitude is everything

Koury, Fred
October 2010
Smart Business Detroit;Oct2010, Vol. 6 Issue 7, p4
The article discusses the need to have a positive attitude in dealing with business. The author shares that the chief executive officer (CEO) sets the tone for the office, and having a positive attitude will encourage employees to work for the achievement of the goals of the company. He emphasizes the importance of creating a vision to push people toward the positive, and of working together towards solutions.


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