The View from the American Side of the Pond

Kurke, Kathleen
December 2012
Fordyce Letter;Dec2012, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p15
The article offers the author's insights on the Pinnacle Society, along with its business principles and placement techniques in achieving the recruiters' success in the U.S. She cites some common attributes among Pinnacle Society members which include their focus on delivering results, expertise and the drive for self-improvement. She adds that the importance of being a member of the Pinnacle Society is to develop the U.S. marketplace.


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