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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Monday, April 12, 2021

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Paul Michelman believes that crisis will be part of the years ahead of us as we battle the pandemic and the impact it has done on the economy and many businesses. “We will be steering our companies through unknown after unknown. It will sometimes feel like all we have to rely on is trust in our people and their trust in us.” The year 2020 is defined by what has happened to our organizations more than how we have reacted to it. We are responsible for leading despite a crisis and staying resilient for as long as it takes.

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