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MCC program aims to develop ‘conscious leadership’ (access required)

Companies take advantage of the classes to develop employees into managers

When Amy Rozin, manager of quality engineering at Gleason Works in Rochester, heard about an opportunity to enroll in a class focused on conscious leadership, she readily accepted the challenge. “I wasn’t a manager then, and now I have a team of nine people reporting to me,” Rozin says, noting that two of them already have ...

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