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Larry Green is the Global Service Delivery Lead of Health and Performance at Google. In this position, Larry is responsible for the global operations of the health and performance team’s programs, services, activities, venues, and experiences. His professional strengths include program management, critical thinking, strategy, analysis, and more. Outside of Google, Larry is also a Lecturer and Assistant Instructor at the University of California, Berkeley’s Haas School of Business.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- Larry Green predicts how the COVID-19 pandemic will affect the future of workplace interactions
- What does it mean to be a servant leader and communicator?
- One of Larry’s top tips for improving performance: prioritize high-quality sleep!
- Larry shares some of the biggest challenges and successes in his life and career
- Larry’s book recommendations
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