In an article entitled “Is There Life After 13? An Interview With Dr. William F. Baker, Television Programming Pioneer,” published in Venu Magazine’s January/February 2013 edition, Dr. Baker discusses his life and distinguished career in broadcasting:
“Baker has made a career of improving the methodology and efficacy of management. By tempering strong leadership with authenticity – a discernible and often palpable quality emanates that can elevate morale and translate into greater employee productivity and retention. When asked about the erosion of civility in contemporary culture, he states “it cannot be denied. We must seek to manage both our business and personal affairs in a manner that cultivates our humanity.”
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