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Leading change: Jennifer Bennett

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Leading change: Jennifer Bennett

By Sara Parkman | President of Shive-Hattery (Cedar Rapids, IA), a multi-disciplinary architecture and engineering firm that recognizes the power of design in transforming the human experience.

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Honesty is the best policy

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Honesty is the best policy

“When directly confronted with a difficult or painful question and you aren’t honest with people – they’ll figure that out. And you can forget them ever trusting you again.”

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