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Angela Ahrendts discusses intuitive leadership, challenges of building timeless brands, more in Global Leadership Summit interview

[2018-08-09 18:39:32]

Today at the 2018 Global Leadership Summit in South Barrington, Illinois, Apple’s SVP of Retail Angela Ahrendts spoke about her leadership journey during an interview with author and coach John Maxwell. Broadcast to 125,000 individuals both on-site and across 75 host locations, at one of which 9to5Mac attended, the wide-ranging interview shed light on Ahrendts’s leadership strategy, Apple’s goal of enriching lives, and the challenges of building a timeless brand.

Angela Ahrendts discusses intuitive leadership, challenges of building timeless brands, more in Global Leadership Summit interview


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