AEFA

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AcronymDefinition
AEFAAmerican Express Financial Advisors
AEFAAmerican Education Finance Association (Evergreen, CO)
AEFAAsociación Española de Farmacéuticos Analistas
AEFAAssociation des Écoles Françaises en Amérique du Nord (French: Association of French Schools in North America)
AEFAAverage Emission Factor Approach
AEFAAdvanced Engineering Flight Activity
AEFAFleet Replenishment Ship (Royal Navy)
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John Gin of American Express Financial Advisors, Metairie, La., recommends that clients negotiate a benefits package with a prospective employer that makes up what they might be losing from their old employer--and get it in writing.
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"Emotion informs everything we do," explains Kate Cannon, president of Minneapolis-based Kate Cannon and Associates, Inc., and developer of the American Express Financial Advisors program featured in Goleman's book "Working with Emotional Intelligence." "Emotional intelligence is helping us truly understand what effective leadership is and how people develop it; why we've not gotten the expected results from change work in organizations; and why really smart people do really dumb things that end up derailing their careers."
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