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    Investing time with or in

    Investing time with people
    Investing time in people

    What's the difference between "with" and "in" in the above sentences?

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    Re: Investing time with or in

    Quote Originally Posted by ian2 View Post
    Investing time with people
    Investing time in people

    What's the difference between "with" and "in" in the above sentences?

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    with -- you and other people invest
    in -- you invest (in people)

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    Re: Investing time with or in

    Quote Originally Posted by svartnik View Post
    with -- you and other people invest
    in -- you invest (in people)
    Apparenty that is not the case of the following:

    "Leadership demands consistent and purposeful investment of time with our people."

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