LEADERSHIP | ENTREPRENEURSHIP

A Leader Who Believed in People First

Leadership lessons that we can learn from Tony Hsieh

A Leader Who Believed in People First by Paul Myers
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Competitive advantages that large corporations once held have faded. Today big brands are following the Zappos model, direct to consumer (DTC), the very model startups and entrepreneurs adopt from the outset.

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Paul Myers MBA

Paul Myers MBA

Top writer in Business, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Startups & Innovation. Interested in all things E-commerce and more --- https://cdsequine.com

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