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  • Leadership & Influence

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E.N.R.I.C.H = Ethnicity, Nationality, Race, Identity, Culture, Heritage

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What You Get As A dka academy Member:

  • Not only do DKA Academy members get full access to my most in-depth online courses, but my DKA Academy members also get:

  • An exclusive, members-only, LIVE group Q&A call on Zoom with Duane personally EVERY OTHER MONTH for training, review and feedback of your work!

  • Full access to over 15+ of my other online courses/content (no drip release)

  • Full access to any new online courses that are released with no extra charge

  • Full access to new content - added monthly

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  • An exclusive online community for members to network, make friends, chat and share as you grow your careers and businesses

  • Free Psychological, Job Performance & Personal Development Assessments (One every 2 months AFTER 3 months of continuous membership)

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DKA Academy Membership: ALL 15+ of my online courses! includes these courses & content:

How to deal with Micoaggression - Widget
Leading An Inclusive Work Environment -
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Preventing Employee Mismanagement - Widg
Coaching Intervention Strategies - Widge
The Effective Listening Masterclass - Wi

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Part of Membership only!

Part of Membership only!

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how to See Around The corner:

the employee survival guide

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how to give negative

feedback positively

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leading & managing through organizational chaos

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managing toxic relationships

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Frequently asked questions

What is a NDA?


In the context of a business acquisition, a NDA or nondisclosure agreement is an agreement between the owner of the business and a potential buyer in which owner agrees to allow the potential buyer access to certain trade secrets and other confidential information about the business in exchange for the potential buyer’s agreement that they will not use the confidential information for any purpose other than evaluating whether they want to buy the business. It is critical that a NDA be drafted carefully as to scope and duration of the potential buyer’s obligation of confidentiality.




What is a Letter of Intent?


A Letter of Intent is a document which outlines the major terms of a purchase of a business and usually also sets forth the objectives for drafting the sale agreement and the time table for the deal. A Letter of Intent is usually non-binding as to those terms but which often binds the parties to various other terms, such as confidentiality, choice of law and exclusivity.




What are baskets and caps in a purchase agreement?


“Baskets” and “caps” are usually included in the indemnification section of the purchase agreement. A buyer wants the seller to represent various facts about the company that the buyer is purchasing and if those representations turn out to be wrong, the buyer wants to be made whole or indemnified by the seller. The seller doesn’t usually want to be reimbursing the buyer for nominal damages or to have unlimited liability for all that might go wrong with the business. The parties negotiate the minimum amount of damages the buyer has to incur before the seller will reimburse the buyer for those damages. This is called the “basket”. Similarly, the ‘cap’ is the maximum amount of damages for which the seller will be required to reimburse the buyer.





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