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http://www.cpsoman.com
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Director, Strategic Management & Quality
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Capital Private School
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Business, Communication, Culture, Development, Education, Health, Innovation, Poverty, Religion, Youth
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I'm an experienced and qualified educational leader interested in value centred learning and living. As a person responsible for developing future human resources I'm interested in learning more and more about valued centred life and professional practice. Hence I wish to continue interaction with the Global Ethics Network.

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