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Dan Gabree
Works at Harman/Symphony Teleca
Attended St Anselm College, Trinity College, Schiller College
Lives in Farmington, CT
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Asking yourself and your core team the brutally hard questions about key components of your business is essential.
Without regular evaluation of your business from all angles, you’ll never have a finger on the pulse of your competitive edge, or the areas you need to improve.
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Now, the question is, what could we implement today?
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Good look at all the work necessary to make wine.
How does wine go from the vineyard to your glass? This crash course walks you through the steps to make delicious wine.
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Whenever I see people getting so upset about politics, I wonder— do these people truly care about one another or are they using this as an excuse to get upset about how little control they have over their lives?
“Self-control is the chief element in self-respect, and self-respect is the chief element in courage.” ― Thucydides
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We have to try talking with one another, because biases and quick categorizations about people who are different from us are expressions of our limited experiences with them.
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If throwing shade harms people, sunlight (metaphorically speaking) has the ability to reverse that damage.
My kids went back to school last month, and my preteen daughter has been regaling us at dinner with tales of middle school. As is often the case in seventh grade, some of her stories center on classmates “throwing shade” at one another. That's teen speak for talking trash about someone. We've had ...
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That’s my problem hook. I know I am going to have problems, but one thing I never want to do is bring them home to my wife and children. So I simply hang my problems on the hook before I enter my house. When I leave in the morning I pick them up again.
One of the biggest challenges for any employee is to establish clear boundaries separating work from home. Many people fall into this trap regularly, bringing their domestic challenges to the workplace and/or making their homes an extension of the office. While doing so may make sense or feel right in ...
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Be aware that your behaviors are not only a reflection of yourself but a reflection of your family, your community, and your country..
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Stanford protects rapists. - “If you ask, ‘Do I feel safe on campus?’ I do. When something happens, though, will Stanford protect me? The feeling is, no, they won’t. To have prevention, you need to hold people accountable. They haven’t.”
Stanford has an uncommonly high bar for sexual assault cases, so the player was never punished despite two panels ruling in favor of the accuser.
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If you met him on the street, what do you think Jesus would really be like?
Imagine that Jesus had the chance to take a modern personality inventory. What would the results look like? It's a fascinating question. In fact, I always wondered what would be the personality of Jesus Christ? I mean, what was he really like as a son, neighbor, friend, and teacher? As Christmas is almost just around the corner, I am reminded ...
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Create and deliver innovative new product solutions for customers. Working with key clients to establish a new model for global relationship management that enables the transformation of both organizations in terms of quality and productivity.
Employment
  • Harman/Symphony Teleca
    VP, Sales, present
  • CoreObjects
    Acquired by Symphony Teleca, 2010
  • Aetna
  • CIGNA
  • Phoenix Mutual
  • Coopers & Lybrand
  • Advanced Computing Techniques
  • Litton Enterprise Solutions
  • Perot Systems
  • Sybase
  • CA Wily Technologies
  • Symphony Teleca
    Acquired by Harman Int'l, 2015
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Farmington, CT
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Southington, CT - East Hartford, CT - Oklahoma City, OK - Denver, CO - Manchester, NH - Glastonbury, CT - Heldelberg, Germany
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Learning to do better things better.
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I work with customers and partners to create and deliver innovative solutions to business problems. My experience with companies of all sizes provides a unique and varied perspective that allows me to collaborate with business leaders and uncover details that might be otherwise overlooked.  I work with clients on initiatives involving global delivery teams and that are aimed at significant productivity and financial improvement.

 Having managed consulting offices for Coopers & Lybrand and ACT, I understand and have dealt with staff retention issues, project management and P&L responsibility. With Perot Systems and Litton Enterprise Solutions, I led large outsourcing sales efforts to successful completion. I sold application performance management (APM) solutions for CA, and at Sybase, I worked closely with many of Wall Street's large financial firms on Database, Replication and Disaster Recovery initiatives. Now at Symphony Teleca, I am directly involved in offshore outsourcing engagements and lead a key account in establishing a new model for global relationship management.

 I have a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from St. Anselm College (NH), and also studied at Trinity College (CT) and Schiller College in Heidelberg, Germany. I live in CT with my wife and two youngest children, and enjoy reading, running, soccer and darts.

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I build strong relationships and solve difficult problems.
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  • St Anselm College, Trinity College, Schiller College
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Let’s Get Real! Three of 10 Reasons Why Your SWOT is Really a SWAG
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Without regular evaluation of your business from all angles, you’ll never have a finger on the pulse of your competitive edge, or the areas

"Timing Leadership For Today’s Faster-Paced World" - New at Tanveer Naseer
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Timing Leadership For Today's Faster-Paced World. A look at the two different ways we experience time and how leaders can manage these. The

Seth's Blog: In pursuit of cheap
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The race to the bottom is unforgiving and relentless. I ordered some straw hats for a small party. The shipper sent them in a plastic bag, w

Social Profile Psychology & How It Affects Your Business
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Understand the importance of your social profile in your marketing efforts and how your profile image plays a huge role.

Car Dealers Need Map of Digital World
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Find a market niche and dominate it, strategic planning executive advises.

TEDx secrets to success for every speaker | @StephanieScotti
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3 big lessons from TEDx talks that can help you in any presentation.

12 nonverbal ways to improve speeches and interviews
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Speaking publicly or giving a video interview, we're careful about the words we speak, but what about a presentation's physical aspects: ges

A “how to” for creating a vibrant, engaged parent community
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While teachers play an integral role in leading a student to academic success, parents are the driving force that continually support and en

Lessons from a pancake house | @BobTiede
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I love eating breakfast at The Original Pancake House down the street from my house. It has great food and great service. I feel at home and

From communication mistakes to communication mastery | @StopYourDrama
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If you look at any workplace issue, at the root you see a communication problem, which affects workplace relationships.

Why STEM leaders need emotional intelligence training | @DanaTheus
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When I entered the workforce as a part of “the tech industry,” most people could do their jobs (even in tech) without using a computer. Toda

RadarNow! - Android Apps on Google Play
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Weather radar in your pocket!Use RadarNow! to quickly see an animated radar image and current conditions! No digging through menus to see if

Start creating your legacy now by developing your people | @SmartBrief
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Working for a global finance company this year, I have been asked to support a variety of leaders in shaping their leadership-development go

The importance of building trust | @ImpactfulCoach
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But what exactly is trust? For many of us, it’s one of those “feel” terms that are hard to define.

This is why all your great employees leave | @PathSource
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The No. 1 reason employees leave their company is because of a lack of career advancement opportunities. What are you doing to fix this prob

What leadership shadow do you cast? | @SmartBrief
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In order to build a winning culture, the top teams must be seen by the organization as living the values and walking the talk.

Negotiation 101 for senior leaders: How to structure an effective argument
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Do you know how most leaders sabotage themselves during a negotiation? If you think it’s because they’re being "too soft," you're in for a s

How to Be a 'Tough' Woman Leader
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By John Millen Over the past couple of years, a long-time friend of mine has invited me to join her table at the annual meeting of Women for

Why emotional intelligence matters | @ImpactfulCoach
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"When dealing with people, remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but creatures of emotion." ~Dale Carnegie Chip Kelly caught

How to effectively lead virtual teams | @LeadChangeGroup
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One of my clients once had a cardboard cutout of himself made to “sit” with his team. Why on Earth would he do this? Because he was the lead

I have used this company in the past and called them again when I needed to replace old garage door openers. They we prompt, friendly and did a great job,
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