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October 20, 2004

Albany - Albany business people learned lessons in leadership from some of the world's most successful leaders, including Donald Trump and Mikhail Gorbochof. Darton College Continuing Education held a leadership conference live via satellite from Atlanta.

Workers and executives from Merck, Masterfoods, Bob Candies, Security Bank, and other businesses learned how creativity and treating workers with respect can boost your profits and make for a better work environment.

"We're bringing the big speakers that you would have to travel many miles and pay a lot of money to go to see and hear to Albany, Georgia. That's the really nice part about it," said Dr. Tony Bretti, Darton College Continuing Education.

45 people participated.

Posted at 4:57PM by kathryn.murchison@walb.com

 

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