Let's chat about #courage in the workplace.
Join us live tomorrow @ 1pm EST.
Being courageous isn't easy, especially in the workplace. Take it from Rita Giacalone, Director of Learning and Development at @Autodesk. After getting her doctorate in #Psychology and practicing independently for over 18 years, she decided to take a leap into the #CorporateWorld and join the team at Autodesk.
Since then, she’s been spearheading the culture transformation and inspiring teams nationwide to be more courageous.
Join Rita for a live Q&A; on how you can be more courageous at work, and how you can spearhead change in your own team and organization!
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