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In November, Kristen Chmela—executive director of the Chmela Fluency Center in Long Grove, Ill.—chatted with participants from ASHA’s online conference, Case Studies in Fluency Disorders. The Leader listened in.
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I've been to something like one hundred conferences and corporate events in the past several years as I travel the world delivering keynotes and running seminars. I've seen a few great speeches. Sadly, most speeches I see are not very...
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