Matt Kincaid of Richland and Doug Crandall of Issaquah are co-authors of the new leadership book Permission to Speak Freely. Released in March by Berrett-Koehler Publishers, it’s in bookstores around the country and world, including Barnes & Noble in Kennewick. It’s also widely available online.
Matt Kincaid of Richland and Doug Crandall of Issaquah are co-authors of the new leadership book Permission to Speak Freely. Released in March by Berrett-Koehler Publishers, it’s in bookstores around the country and world, including Barnes & Noble in Kennewick. It’s also widely available online.
Matt Kincaid of Richland and Doug Crandall of Issaquah are co-authors of the new leadership book Permission to Speak Freely. Released in March by Berrett-Koehler Publishers, it’s in bookstores around the country and world, including Barnes & Noble in Kennewick. It’s also widely available online.

In new book by authors with Tri-City ties, leadership and candid communication take center stage

April 08, 2017 06:46 PM

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