Keeping Business Moving When Human Things Happen | Featuring Gini Dietrich | Ep. #28
In this episode, I chat with Gini Dietrich who is the CEO of Arment Dietrich and author of the book, Spin Sucks – Communication and Reputation Management in the Digital Age.
Gini shares what it means to be a business leader when human things happen. She tells the story of how a major life change created unexpected challenges and how she rolled with the punches to keep her business on track and her clients happy.
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