How I got where I am today

Stevens, Michelle
May 2010
People Management;5/20/2010, p42
An interview with Paula Hudspith, learning director of IO1 consultancy, is presented. She explains how her previous experience of managing a training business in Australia played a role in her career. She also talks about learning from her experience of looking for the most efficient approach to communicating with team and clients. The director adds that she plans to create a global team at the company in the future.


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