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Best-selling author and people-productivity expert Rebecca L. Morgan is a certified speaking professional and managing partner of the Morgan Seminar Group in San Jose, California. Morgan works with organizations that want their people to work smarter, and with individuals who want to get more done. She has lectured to the executives, managers, salespeople, customer service reps, individual contributors and support staff of some of the country's best organizations on topics such as time management, communication and customer service. Making Time Work for You covers the essentials of time management, offers entertaining insights into human nature and is sure to hold your interest.
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"I knew I'd found genius when I heard Rebecca Morgan. [She] has produced a fine...tape that covers the essentials of time management, offers entertaining insights into human nature, and holds your interest." (James Crawford, Personal Selling Power)

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  • 01-04-07

Good content but poor quality recording

Content is good, all common sense and worthwhile listening to, but the quality of the audio is poor