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Q&A with Tye Hayes, 2020 Women Who Mean Business honoree

bizjournals Tuesday, 13 October 2020
Atlanta Business Chronicle has named our 2020 Women Who Mean Business honorees. The women will be celebrated at a virtual awards event Oct. 15. Here’s a Q&A with one of the winners, Tye Hayes, chief technology officer, City of Atlanta: What does leadership mean to you? Leadership, to me, means to transform, influence, and/or inspire a group of people to accomplish a goal whether professionally or personally. It is also consistently exhibiting initiative, and gaining the trust of those that follow…
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