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Chattanooga is one of the many American cities with unpredictable weather patterns. The summers are hot and muggy, the winters are short but cold and wet, and the spring and fall are, well, you just never know.
For those of us who live in Chattanooga, it's perfect. Well, maybe not perfect, but it's home and we learn to adapt to the changes in the climate because the weather is one of the many things in life we can't control.
In his recently released book, Transfluence: How to Lead with Transformative Influence in Today's Climates of Change, former CEO Walt Rakowich draws an interesting analogy between the climates that create the weather and the climates that impact leadership.
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