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Culture Business Press begins executive education program, 'Lunch and Learn'

Business Press begins executive education program, ‘Lunch and Learn’

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The Fort Worth Business Press is excited to announce a new executive education program in conjunction with MasterMinds Leadership. Four specific programs will be held over lunch in 2019, and the first of these “Lunch and Learn” sessions will be held at TopGolf in Fort Worth on March 27. This first session will focus on leadership stress: identifying your stress factors to more effectively manage the effects on your ability to run your business. Those that register before March 22 will receive an individualized stress assessment at the session. The $85 fee covers the program, your individual stress assessment and lunch. Tickets can be purchased on fortworthbusiness.com by clicking on ‘events’ and then selecting ‘purchase tickets.’

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