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Senior communications professional and national spokesman working at the intersection of business, policy, and politics. Extensive experience in executive communications, strategic public affairs, political campaigns, and client management with more than 15 years worth of experience as an advisor to four U.S. Senators and one U.S. Representative. Additionally, served a term as President of the U.S. Senate Press Secretaries Association - Capitol Hill's largest and oldest bipartisan staff organization.
Here are four areas where the federal government and politics impact new tech businesses and some tips for how business leaders can effectively navigate these dynamics.
Industry experts weigh in on the tips that keep their companies (and mindsets) growing successfully. As a business owner or manager, who is responsible for leading a team to successful bottom-line results, quarter over quarter, it's easy to get stuck in a silo mindset or let fear and anxiety take over—having you falsely assume that every other company or leader has the secret to business growth and high-performance teams all figured out. On the contrary, you are not alone in your ability to face and overcome various obstacles head-on. And you'll be grateful for it along the way. To prove the point, a panel of experts from Fast Company Executive Board admits to having their fair share of ups and downs throughout their career journey to leadership. In this topic of discussion, they share one personal life lesson and what it has taught them most about how to become a better leader for the staff members and companies that they represent.
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