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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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Successful people don't expect a bed of roses
As an FBI agent, being successful was not an option -- it was a requirement. The FBI only hires successful people because investigations often involve life and death situations where our mindset dictated the choices we make every day. As successful leaders, entrepreneurs, and business owners, ...
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Positive framing is a perspective that says there may be more to the outcome than just the current negative.
Positive framing can be extremely powerful for leaders. Here's how.
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Subtle discrimination has not-so-subtle effects on employees and their performance at work.
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"If I had more time I would have written a shorter letter," the philosopher and mathematician Blaise Pascal wrote in 1657.
This is what an Ignite-style talk can teach you about captivating an audience in a short period of time.
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We know it’s happening, and we’ve given voice to it. But we have to actually give bystanders and the rest of the students, faculty and staff true education about how to think about it and how to talk about it.
Washington-based EverFi acquired LawRoom and will provide assault-prevention programs to 1,300 campuses.
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It's intimidating and expensive, but also incredibly worthwhile (and delicious): we're navigating our way through three classic Italian red wines.
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Use data to go from “I think” to “I know.” But don’t let “I know” get in the way of “I think.”
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“I sleep late, fish for a while, play with my children, take a siesta and spend time with my wife,” said the fisherman. “In the evening, I go into the village to visit my friends. I have a few drinks, play the guitar and sing a few songs. I have a full life.”
Many of us, particularly busy leaders, struggle to achieve and maintain proper balance in our lives. We seek to succeed at work while simultaneously being there for our families and loved ones. We have a strong sense of community and want to give back to those around us while also ensuring that ...
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When people first meet they often ask, “What do you do?” But rarely do you hear, “Why do you do it?”
David Brooks and Arthur Brooks offer advice on how to turn a job into a vocation.
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We’re all passionate about certain things. For too many, this passion does not extend to the workplace.
If a man is called to be a street sweeper, he should sweep streets even as Michelangelo painted, or Beethoven composed music, or Shakespeare wrote poetry. He should sweep streets so well that all the hosts of heaven and earth will pause to say, here lived a great street sweeper who did his job ...
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If academic standards are what students must learn, certain social-emotional skills support how they learn.
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Domaine du Comte Liger-Belair: La Romanée 1865 – 2014. The phrase 'once-in-a-lifetime,' so often overused, has never been more apt. This tasting, held to celebrate Liger-Belair's 200th anniversary, was the most comprehensive retrospective of La Romanée ever staged. When all was said and done, ...
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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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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.
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  • 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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