Show 55 features an
interview with Judy Bond focused on how people’s personality can
affect all of your professional relationships. Almost all
work boils down to people and how you relate to others therefore
getting better at it is important.
Judy Bond is founder and President of Bond Team, Inc., a speaking
and training company affiliated with Personality Insights, Atlanta,
Georgia. Judy has been presenting business seminars and
workshops for over ten years.
Judy’s business background includes senior level management
experience in information technology management for Blue Cross and
Blue Shield of Kansas City.
Judy has a bachelor’s degree from Benedictine College in Atchison,
Kansas, and an MBA from DeVry University, Keller Graduate School of
Judy's commitment is to effectively communicate management and
leadership techniques using personality resources.
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feedback.Show 55 features an interview with Judy Bond focused on
how people’s personality can affect all of your professional
relationships. Almost all work boils down to
people and how you relate to others therefore getting better at it