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(ˈzɛŋ ər, -gər)

John Peter, 1697–1746, American journalist, printer, and publisher, born in Germany.
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Zenger Folkman refers to these leaders as "fake bold" and has defined bold leadership in a different way.
Kollner isn't a name too familiar with many fans over here, so we decided to get in touch with football journalist Florian Zenger, who covers Nuremberg for German outlet Bild.
Os instrumentos formais de governanca sao constituidos basicamente por contratos, estatutos, normas e regulamentos (Poppo e Zenger, 2002) e os informais podem ser associados a mecanismos baseados em confianca, comprometimento, cooperacao, compartilhamento de informacoes, valores, cultura, normas sociais e reciprocidade (Ballou et al., 2000; Alvarez et al., 2010).
"To achieve this goal, we must start with the changes," says Christian Zenger of the Electromobility Division.
Washington Legendary civil rights journalist and activistDorothy Butler Gilliamwill share her aptly titled new memoir, "Trailblazer: A Pioneering Journalist's Fight to Make the Media Look More Like America," at a National Press Club Headliners book event onMonday, January 14at6:30 p.m.in the Club's Zenger Room.
-- The University of Kansas fired athletic director Sheahon Zenger on Monday, with Chancellor Douglas Girod noting "progress has been elusive" in some areas other than the storied Jayhawks men's basketball program.
Nullification has been a part of American jurisprudence at least since the 1735 sedition trial of New York journalist John Peter Zenger, in which his lawyer was permitted to argue to the jurors that they had the right to acquit him, even though the prosecution had proved its case.
HILDY ZENGER IS THE PEN NAME of a writer who works for a newspaper owned by a private equity firm.
Next is an article from Jack Zenger and Joe Folkman from Zenger Folkman based on their extensive research database of high-potential candidates collected from their leadership programs.