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The Engagement Imperative

Learn how leaders at Hewlett-Packard, Capital One, McDonald’s, and Southwest Airlines were able to leverage commitment and connection as the source of engagement to align employees, customers, and investors around a shared purpose; to act quickly, align deeply, and adjust often to deliver exceptional business results. From The 2010 Pfeiffer Annual: Leadership Development. Posted with permission of Pfeiffer, An Imprint of Wiley.

The Interaction Economy

In it, the judgment and experience to build and evolve valuable, complex relationships out of initially diverse views and often conflicting interests is key. Leaders will not only be required to have and to manage knowledge, they will be required to integrate knowledge across complex systems to achieve shared business value..

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Anne Murray Allen

How to Develop and Keep Shared Commitment

Anne Murray Allen

Most of the intractable problems we face as a global community will not be fixed by any one organization, one sector, one government, or one leader.

Sally Rundle

Changing the Brain

Sally Rundle

During the Australian AMP “Igniting our spark” sessions, I experience a sense of wonderment as the actors from The Jump (Conversant Asia Pacific corporate acting troupe) transform the mood, the space and the energy of the group during role plays, interludes and playback. The effect of their activities creates a positive mood that sustains peoples’…

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The Challenge of Being Global and Dynamic in the 21st Century

Colin Pidd

“Boats aren’t designed to live in a harbour.”

This quotation, often used by my brilliant colleague Jim Motroni, is intriguing… it makes the obvious point boats are designed and are at their graceful best under full sail on wide oceans working with tides, wind and waves.