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ESD Builds Leadership Through Fellowship

How often do we limit our potential? When facing challenging situations, changing the narrative can lead to better outcomes.

This was one of the key concepts from our inaugural Let’s Build Leadership Lunch sponsored by ESD’s NEW (Network Empowering Women) team at our Willis Tower headquarters. Molly Fletcher’s energizing talk from the October 2018 Leadercast Women event was featured for a number of clients who attended and was followed by a discussion and main theme curation by ESD’s CEO Zac House.

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