The only way we're going to tackle the monumental social and environmental challenges of the 21st Century is through collaboration.
Conscious Collaboration is a book created to help organisations re-think the way they identify, develop and nurture their diverse working relationships to achieve a common purpose.
You'll learn from...
The Start Network - a network of 42 national and international aid agencies from five continents, working to change the humanitarian system
How the Humanitarian Leadership Academy works with partners in the public, private and non-profit sector to bring learning opportunities to more than 100,000 people in more than 50 countries.
How Oxfam collaborated with more than twenty aid agencies to create a management development program for aid workers
The way top sport performance director Sir David Brailsford uses collaboration methods to deliver innovation
The Do Lectures - a global community of entrepreneurs and ‘doers’
Praise for Conscious Collaboration
“…A compelling case for conscious collaboration…deep, refreshing, honest and timely… leaves you emboldened to embark on your own collaboration voyage.”
Alex Swarbrick, Regional Director, Asia Pacific, Roffey Park Institute
“…wonderfully gets to the core causes of ineffective collaboration and provides the best GPS system and solutions to consciously navigate the inevitable ‘partnership vortexes’ any leader will regularly face.”
Jim Prouty, CEO Sustainability/Finance/Real Economies (SFRE)
“…A thoroughly argued, but readable, case for greater (Conscious) Collaboration… essential reading for us all if we are to make progress with the enormous challenges facing our society today.”
Dr Bruce Lloyd, Emeritus Professor of Strategic Management, London South Bank University
“very thought provoking”
“a very good read”
“…Insights and wisdom and actionable wisdom…ideas about collaboration that will take the conversation a great deal forward.
Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice, London Business School