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Professor, author, and leadership expert Simon Sinek presented his talk at TED2014, "Why good leaders make you feel safe."
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Hal Danziger, alumnus of Columbia University’s Executive Master of Science Program in Technology Management and new CTO of the media company DNAinfo, says, “If you really do want to move up, a program like this is the way to go.”
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Prof. Saul, author of "Collective Trauma, Collective Healing: Promoting Community Resilience in the Aftermath of Disaster," discussed his experiences counseling traumatized populations in Kosovo, Chile, and the neighborhoods in and around Ground Zero.
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