Leadership For a Fractured World

How to Cross Boundaries, Build Bridges, and Lead Change

As a leader, how can you heal wounds, resolve conflicts, and break down boundaries?

By Dean Williams Read by Kevin Pierce Business & Investing / Management & Leadership / Nonfiction English, Unabridged 6h 59m Sell Sheet
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							Drawing on what he's learned from years of working in countries and organizations around the world, Williams shows leaders how to approach the delicate and creative work of boundary spanning, whether those boundaries are cultural, organizational, political, geographic, religious, or structural. Sometimes leaders themselves have to be the ones who cross the boundaries between groups. Other times, a leader's job is to build relational bridges between divided groups or even to completely break down the boundaries that block collaborative problem solving. By thinking about power and authority in a different way, leaders will become genuine change agents, able to heal wounds, resolve conflicts, and bring a fractured world together.

I congratulate Dean Williams for another inspiring book. Given the problems in the world today, this new book is a must-read for any leader, change agent, or active citizen. It is filled with real-world examples, practical advice, and principles for success. I am honored to have been his student! - Elbegdorj Tsakhiagiin, President of Mongolia

Professor Williams has crafted an elegant, inspiring road map to help us all become global change agents equipped to cross boundaries, break down silos, and mend our fractured societies. - Patti Bellinger, Exec. Dir. Ctr for Public Leadership, Harvard University

Leadership for a Fractured World is a practitioner's delight, and Dean Williams has brought out in a simple yet profound manner what it takes to lead adaptively in a world that is getting increasingly complex and divisive. This book is a must-read for all those restless with the status quo and wanting to make the world a better place. - Dr. R. Balasubramaniam, Frank Rhodes Prof. Cornell University