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Dr. Constance Greeley


Middle Atlantic Society

of Orthodontists


“Thanks for always pushing
us to be better communicators and therefore improve our service to our patients.”

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There's something fascinating about marbles. Whatever color or configuration, they are distinctive and entrancing though their common shape makes them instantly recognizable: some are plain, some fancy, some are difficult to describe.

In the same way, we express ourselves singularly through the unique "markings" of personality, talent, character, and image. The values we cherish most highly, the expression of our personalities, the manner in which we present ourselves—all of these communicate that intrinsic something that indicates we're a cut above the rest.

This is equally true with companies and those who lead them: where high ethical standards are demonstrated and deeply personal values are communicated, a business is perceived as one of superior quality. The bottom line is strengthened by a foundation of integrity.

Strength of character, principled behavior, and a genuine expression of who you are translate directly to the reputation of your workplace and the perception of your leadership. Need some help with that?



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Mitchell Associates

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