Cash In On Diversity; How Getting Along With Others Pays Off has been nominated for a Global eBook Award. Written for business people, educators, health workers, lawyers, ministers, engineers, computer experts, students and all others who want to do a better job of relating to each other in their daily lives. Storytelling approach. Includes a valuable glossary plus webinar script and more.
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About the Author
Susan Klopfer of Gallup, New Mexico worked as a journalist in Texas and Missouri, winning state newspaper awards for investigative reporting. As an acquisitions and development editor for Prentice Hall, she also wrote Abort! Retry! Fail!, a Book of the Month Club alternate selection. Susan is a graduate of Hanover College and holds an MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University. While living in the Mississippi Delta, she researched and wrote two books on the region's history, including a book on the murder of Emmett Till. She recently announced the publication of a new e-book, Cash In On Diversity; How Getting Along With Others Pays Off.