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Bert Martinez talks with Dan Walter, Jayne Latz, Clark Aldrich and guests

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Jayne Latz President and Founder of Corporate Speech Solutions and a licensed and certified Speech-Language Pathologist. She is facilitating both individuals and groups in Fortune 500 companies and small businesses with proven strategies to accelerate communication effectiveness 

Clark Aldrich author of five books including Unschooling Rules and The Complete Guide to Educational Simulations and Serious Games.  Designing Sims is currently in Beta on Amazon.  He works for academic, corporate, and military clients on creating serious games and other education strategy

Giora Morein Principal Agile Coach and co-founder of BigVisible Solutions. He specializes in rapidly ramping up new Agile and Scrum teams through practical training coupled with hands-on mentoring and coaching

Dan Walter has designed, administered and created systems for compensation programs for more than 20 years. He is recognized as leading subject matter expert in the area of equity compensation and employee ownership. He provides a new perspective on “best practices” and on devising new and better ways to pay people.He is the President and CEO of Performensation, a company with the focused mission of aligning pay to corporate strategy and culture

Christopher Avery sought-after, international speaker, author, and business advisor on responsible leadership, teamwork, and change for companies like GAP, Wells Fargo, and Ebay. Known for his cutting-edge work to demystify and then develop practical team leadership skills for engineers and other technical professionals, He wrote the popular classic Teamwork Is An Individual Skill for everyone who is fed up with working in bad teams. Fortune magazine called it the only book on teamwork you need to read