Superman in recovery

October 1999
Inc.;Oct99, Vol. 21 Issue 14, p66
Presents an interview with Max Carey of the Corporate Resource Development regarding the superman complex attitude in a business. Habits that he ended in his career; What triggers old bad habits; How he keeps the values of hard work and hard driving without succumbing to the complex.


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