2,804 Linkedin Views and Counting– “The Why of Public Service”

When I first posted this presentation on Linkedin it was viewed by 1,314 of my professional contacts.  After this reposting, it was viewed by an additional 1,458.  Since I only post to my contacts I am very pleased that this is a subject that certainly appears to have generated more than just a passing interest.  I certainly don’t have the mega numbers so many seem to have through Linkedin but I do not post to the general public and I only have approximately 2,500 contacts.  It may be time to expand the base.The Why


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