Toward an Adlerian Leadership Model II: Results and Discussion

Toward an Adlerian Leadership Model II: Results and Discussion

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Joyce LaiJoyce Lai is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in clinical and organizational psychology at The Professional School of Psychology. She also holds a masters degree in clinical and counseling psychology from the Adler Graduate Professional School and completed the core Co-Active program from The Coaches Training Institute (CTI). Leveraging her corporate background and experience, Joyce supports executives and professionals in transition build greater confidence, navigate through their careers, develop stronger leadership and interpersonal skills within the workplace and social communities.

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