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By Smart Workplace Practices newsletter

1) Jump-start or re-energize your employees' involvement in creating money-saving and profitmaking ideas. Do it in a Smart-Power Brain-storming program tailored to what you want, at your workplace or at a site you choose. Start profiting from the untapped potential in yourself...in your associates...and in your employees.

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6. following through on my commitments to you? ____

7. being consistent in my decisions and instructions? ____

8. communicating with you often enough? ____


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