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No Greatness Without Goodness

No Greatness Without Goodness

Author: Randy Lewis

Year Published: 2014

Description: In No Greatness Without Goodness, Randy Lewis discusses the intersection of his personal and professional lives, and his role in the creation of thousands of full-time jobs for people with disabilities. Lewis’s narrative describes his actions as both the Senior Vice President of Walgreens and the father of a child with autism. After witnessing his son’s experiences, Lewis devoted himself to creating a supportive, inclusive workplace in which people with disabilities could flourish. No Greatness Without Goodness is a story of institutional change with positive benefits for thousands of individuals and the communities in which they live and work.

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'Use every opportunity to help others see meaning in their work. They will be transformed from bricklayers to cathedral builders.'

No Greatness Without Goodness

 

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