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How not If to Navigate Difficult Conversations Paperback – September 16, 2012
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About the Author
BRIDGET DiCELLO is an expert in getting things done by effectively navigating difficult conversations. She inspires audiences to take action in the relationships most important to their business and their success. Bridget’s presentations are described as innovative, motivational, and focused on solving real world business problems with solutions that can be implemented immediately. Bridget’s passion for effective leadership, exponential company growth & enabling both managers and employees to reach their potential is evident in the focused yet energizing presentations for which she is known. Bridget is the author of HOW, NOT IF, TO NAVIGATE DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS, and OPPORTUNITY SPACE: PURPOSEFUL INTERACTIONS, ENERGIZING PEOPLE, PRODUCING POWERFUL BUSINESS RESULTS. For nearly a decade, Bridget has been working with executive teams and professionals using her powerful concept of Opportunity Space to transform their teams and their businesses. Bridget brings 15 plus years of experience - from running Nursing Homes and Retirement Communities to coaching executive teams in small businesses, mid-size companies, Fortune 100 and Inc. 500 firms. Born and raised in snowy Buffalo, NY, Bridget currently resides in Memphis, TN. Her education includes an MBA from the University at Buffalo, a BS from Alfred University, and she is a Certified Training Professional, a designation received from the University of Mississippi.