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MHEDA - Emerging Leaders Conference
Chicago, IL, United States - 13/07/2017
Conference / congress

This conference is designed for young material handling professionals who want to enhance their leadership skills. Co-sponsored with MHI

An important part of being a good leader is being able (and willing!) to think differently about the world around us. How we build relationships with our peers, how we seek out different people and diverse experiences, and how we act as leaders to cultivate an environment that respects and welcomes new ideas.

MHEDA and MHI invite you to consider "The Power of Different" this summer in downtown Chicago at the 2017 Emerging Leaders Conference


TBC (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Renaissance Chicago Downtown Hotel



Contact for booking / more info:
MHEDA TEAM send an email

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