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With over 15 years of experience working with leaders across the globe and conducting primary research to understand the key workforce challenges facing today's organizations, Mollie Lombardi has a deep awareness of the obstacles plaguing the world of HR.
As co-founder of Aptitude Research, Lombardi's primary focus was analyzing the combination of strategies, processes and technologies that enable organizations to achieve measurable business success. Today, Lombardi is embarking on a new venture, founding mollielombardi.com and m.Research to bring her expertise to a new level. It's no surprise that Lombardi considers "listening" to be one of her most valuable skills, because it's her ability to do so that has powered her career thus far.
Read on to learn what she loves about her colleagues, how she stays organized and more.
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