BIV on Roundhouse June 13: Author Jody Foster on dealing with difficult co-workers

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On the latest show, entrepreneur Paul Geyer, the new CEO of the Discovery Parks accelerator, discusses how he'll be spearheading major investments in B.C.'s health-tech sector.

And in the wake of the Trump administration pulling out of the Paris climate agreement, BIV reporter Patrick Blennerhassett breaks down a report detailing how renewable energy can be good for business.

Then, Pressboard CEO Jerrid Grimm talks about how his company is using a recent $2-million investment to develop an AI-powered assistant that predicts how well online content will track before it’s even published.

Later, Dr. Jody Foster, author of The Schmuck in My Office, discusses how people can deal with annoying and difficult people in the workplace.

Click here to listen to the show.

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