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Clarifying Shared Accountability Partnership Agreements

Author: Andrew Johnson

Undoubtedly in your change effort, key executives must work effectively together to maximize success. If these key relationships break down, so do your chances of success. This partnering tool is designed to help key players and teams build strong, sustainable relationships that will foster achievement and learning – simultaneously.

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Andrew Johnson

Andrew Johnson

Andrew Johnson has been an Executive Coach, Facilitator and Consultant since 1991. He is an experienced and effective speaker, facilitator and workshop leader with an extensive background in human dynamics, economics and national politics. His effectiveness is fueled by his articulate insight and his passion for evolution and positive change.

Andrew Johnson is a Partner with Being First, Inc.

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