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Save The Heroic CEO Stories, Research Suggests They're Not Effective

New research finds that tales from the C-suite have a negative impact on employee values, but those from their peers are another story. New research finds that tales from the C-suite have a negative impact on employee values, but those from their peers are another story. Before becoming the CEO of Biscom, a multimillion-dollar enterprise-secure file transfer company, Bill Ho was a volunteer firefighter.
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