More than a Few Words – Episode: 391
Collaboration is Key
June 26, 2019
This week, we talk with Charmaine Hammond about the benefits of collaboration.
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About Charmaine Hammond
Charmaine Hammond helps business owners and leaders enhance their abilities to lead through change and difficult times, transform people, and build resilient productive workplaces. For more than two decades, Charmaine has worked with thousands of clients from the gas and energy sector, to government, non-profit organizations and everything in between. She has presented to thousands of audiences worldwide teaching business owners and leaders how to effectively deal with everyday challenges including building a respectful workplace, leading multi-generational teams, leading through change/challenge and conflict, and helping leaders inspire the best performance from their team to improve results.
Charmaine is proud pet parent of a dog named Toby who is on a mission to make the world a kinder place, through Charmaine’s philanthropy project A Million Acts of Kindness.
As a speaker, consultant, bestselling author and radio host Charmaine has shared the stage with global leaders like Lisa Nichols, and Janet Attwood, and has been featured in books with Deepak Chopra, Jack Canfield and Dr. Ken Blanchard. Painfully shy as a child, her nursery school teacher told her mother “don’t worry Mrs. Hammond, when Charmaine has a message to share, she’ll share it with the world.” Now Charmaine shares her message globally, having spoken to more than 100,000 people around the world.
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