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Sue Jacques

Sue Jacques

Facing a tricky situation at your medical practice? Don't know who to ask for advice? Ask Sue. Click here to submit your conundrum for a reply in an upcoming column. We do not include names of those who submit issues or the name of the practice.

Sue Jacques is The Civility CEO®, a professional speaker, certified etiquette and protocol consultant, and author who helps individuals and businesses gain confidence, earn respect, and create courteous corporate cultures. Before becoming The Civility CEO® Sue performed the medical investigation of thousands of unexpected and violent deaths in her role as a forensic death investigator at the medical examiner's office. She has been speaking, coaching, and writing about professionalism, personal branding, and corporate civility since 2000. www.TheCivilityCEO.com.

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