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Lilly's Bridge Builder, From Indiana To South Africa

Executive Summary

Rising Leader Christopher Jon Stokes of Eli Lilly explains how some early life lessons in the restorative powers of community has guided a distinctive career path marked by engaging widely, understanding intuitively and listening actively, all in the pursuit of forging productive human connections that strive to “meet the moment” for patients.

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