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Rubber sole
High Quality Material: Our Water Shoes are Breathable and smooth 92% polyester+130% spandex fabrics with fine stretch on uppers, breathable insole, flexible and comfortable. Smooth designed neck prevents chafing.
Non-slip Rubber Outsoles:The water shoe's anti-slip rubber sole, with an ergonomically molded, shock absorption performance cushioning separated protective toe. You can fold it easily after using the water shoes.
Comfortable and Free Feeling :Ultra light weight stretchy material allows user to easily put on and take off, to provide you with a comfortable feeling.
Various Patterns and Size: Multiple versions to fit different feet.Men and women size are available.Enjoy the cute and cool water shoes!
Occation:Yoga Training, beach, swimming, pool, weight training, wake-boarding, sailing, boating, kayaking, windsurfing, cycling, jogging, walking, fishing, beach volleyball, gardening, lawn, car-washing and driving. Family outings!

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Leadership cannot be taught, it can only be learned

Harold S. Geneen, CEO ITT from 1959-77, and various authors


about the heritage institute

The Heritage Institute works to promote leadership, integrity and competence in governance and human relations in the workplace and community.

The Heritage Institute is located in West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. We travel widely to provide in-house training and services for our clients.

The Heritage Institute's clients have included governments, the justice system, financial institutions, businesses and community organizations.

At the Heritage Institute, we have been working in the field of corporate governance and human relations for over 30 years.



services

The Heritage Institute's services include:


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» Leadership and decision-making
» Governance & Human Relations
» interpersonal skills
» human rights