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Angela & Herman Moore
Leading Together: Work-Life Integration from a Successful Dual-Career Couple
November 12, 2019Location: MSU Management Education Center 811 W. Square Lake Road Troy, MI 48098
Join us on November 12, 2019 to hear from Angela and Herman Moore on how they balance two successful careers while raising a family.According to the latest research from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly half of marriages in the U.S. are composed of dual-career couples. That number rises to 63% in married couples with children. Kids or no kids, the advantages of a dual-career household - including greater financial stability and a chance for both partners to pursue career fulfillment - are significant. (Harvard Business Review). There are additional challenges for these dual career households. Negotiating whose career takes prominence, two work schedules, household and family duties can be difficult to manage. Angela Moore is a business Owner, coach, speaker, and advocate for personal responsibility, inspiring others to be the change that they want in their lives, homes, workplaces and communities while equipping them with the tools to do so. Read More. Herman Moore currently is Chief Executive Officer of Team Business Solutions which has eight offices in five states and is ISO 9001:2015 certified. Team Business Solutions is highly specialized in print management and promotion solutions and is a certified MBE (Minority Business Enterprise). Herman Moore was also one of the most productive wide receivers in NFL league history during his 12-year career. Learn More.
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