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January 6, 2017 | Team Structure and ManagementBy David Kolb, IANS Faculty
CISOs and information security leaders are called upon to develop partnerships throughout their organizations in an effort to better align their objectives with those of the business. To do this, they need to understand how other leaders operate and determine how to best motivate them. In this webinar, professional development expert and IANS Faculty David C. Kolb, Ph.D. discussed his model for improving communication and facilitating leadership that drives effective partnerships, rather than simply transactional relationships.
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