Barb’s Intel #4 - Sailing through Rough Waters
Updated: Sep 13
Hello and thank you for taking a moment to read this edition of my newsletter, Barb’s Intel, now converted to a news magazine format, so it is easier to read and navigate.
This issue highlights the successes of many of our EMBA alums and others in our network. It also pays tribute to the Sailing Experiential which so many individuals had the opportunity to take part in over the years. Thank you Buie Seawell for architecting the program and giving us the opportunity to feel the wind in our faces as we chart the course of life.
Barbara Kreisman, PhD Be sure to watch the video linked in the magazine!
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