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Dan has attended:
Introduction to Management course

Introduction to Management

Would it be possible to get a copy of Gill How's powerpoint slides used on the course from this week?

Thank you.

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RE: Introduction to Management

HI Dan, I have asked my colleague Matt to forward the slides to you. Thanks again for being a great participant! Gill

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