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Election 2012 issues and insights


In today's complex, highly diverse, and ever-more interconnected—yet polarized—world, the need for collective leadership is more pressing than ever. Whether you are a government executive or corporate CEO, effective collaboration is a key component to any transformative initiative. How can public and private sector leaders translate individual action into collective power, inside their organizations and with external partners?

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  • Getting unstuck: How to work as one in government
    Getting big things done in government compels public and private sector leaders to translate individual action into collective power.
  • Paths to power: Advancing women in government
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  • Whole of government collaboration: Bridging the capability gap
    Break down the barriers of interagency collaboration and create synergies by using best practices to create a virtual whole-of-government identity and sense of community with disparate partners.

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