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Note from the Chair - Using Anger to Push Issues

Chaaron Pearson on Monday, October 10, 2011 at 12:00:00 am

Government Relations Division Chairwoman Mary Graham, CCE, passed along the following note and link:

Someone sent me a link to this article in Harvard Business Review on chambers of commerce using anger to push forward issues. Seemed pretty relevant to all us Government Relations types. Thought I would share.

Anger as a Binding Force, in Chambers of Commerce and Elsewhere - Robert J. Bennett

Mary Graham, CCR, IOM, CCE
Senior Vice President
Business Advocacy
Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce

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