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Michael Wakshull -- Forensic Document Examiner
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About: At Q9, we partner with our clients to authenticate documents. Mike presents in jury-speak rather than techno-geek. Using science-based approach, he delivers extraordinary results for clients, including settlements prior to trial. Mike Wakshull is a member of National Speakers Association. He is A dynamic speaker on the subjects of courtroom bias, forensic document examination and courtroom bias. He shares fascinating case stories during interactive presentations. Services include handwriting identification; signature authentication; and examination of altered documents, computer-generated documents, digital documents, photocopies, contracts, wills, etc. Mike is one of only a handful of forensic document examiners with graduate school education in the science of forensic document examination. Mike uses video conferencing to share work product with clients. In this manner, clients see his computer's screen as they review the work product.
Barbara Hemphill - Productivity Consultant, Work Life Balance
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About: Improving the quality of employee’s lives is one of the best things a business can do for their employees and their business. Believe it or not, getting rid of physical and digital clutter is one of the more effective actions a business leader can take to categorically increase profits and improve the quality of the lives of their employees. Unquestionably, clutter is bad for business. It not only slows your employees down, it weighs them down. They are less productive than they would like to be, and as a result, less happy than they would like to be. Over time, this emotional baggage not only costs businesses a lot of money, but hurts employees in just about every way, physically, emotionally, and psychologically. They tend to feel tired, overwhelmed and constantly stressed out.
 




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