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Case Study 14
  1. Talked too much about his company.
  2. Talked too much about his personal skill and abilities.
  3. Didn't adequately identify the "problems" the article brought out, nor the seriousness of various problems.
  4. Spent too much time talking. He pursued a monologue.
  5. Didn't give anyone else credit for "stopping a fraud". Everything in his presentation was about him and his abilities.

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