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Pete has more than 25 years of experience in training and development. His background includes design, development and delivery of training curriculum with emphasis on leadership. Pete has owned his own company since 1997, Omega Quest, and was an educator for 20 years. Currently, Pete is the sales leadership development manager with Insperity where he developed and delivers leadership training to all sales managers throughout North America. He received his degree in biology and composite science in education from the University of Texas. He is a published author and is a master trainer in DISC the Model of Human Behavior.
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