Join host David R. Peters, CPA, MST, for another installment of “Accountable,” the podcast for CFOs, by CFOs.
David chats with Melisa Galasso, the founder and CEO of Galasso Learning Solutions. David and Melisa talk about where poor corporate training sessions go wrong , how training can be more engaging for employees, and how to book motivational training sessions for your organization.
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