Mutuality Matters – How You Can Create More Opportunity, Adventure & Friendship With Others
More than money, talent, or your number of contacts, your capacity to create mutuality with others can transform you into a sought-after Opportunity Maker with whom people most want to align. Be the glue that sticks the right teams together to solve problems or seize opportunities sooner and better together. Discover the key behaviors that enable you to accomplish greater things with others than you can on your own -- and savor success together. In this book you’ll learn:
- Over 40 specific ways to forge mutually beneficial relationships, as an individual or an organization
- How to speak, write, move and appear to pull others closer and be frequently-quoted
- Ways to turn friction and even attacks into opportunities to attract more allies and elevate the behavior of those around you
- How to find and recruit the unexpected allies, and craft the optimal situation for your message to gain credibility, clout and media coverage
This once “phobically shy” stutterer knows, first-hand, what it feels like to be ignored, patronized and belittled. Those experiences motivated her to translate behavioral research into ways to bring out others’ better side to use best talents together
About Kare Anderson (San Francisco, California Author)
Kare Anderson is an Emmy-winning former NBC and Wall Street Journal reporter, now connective behavior and quotability speaker, author and columnist for Forbes. She's the author of Mutuality Matters, Moving From Me to We, Beauty Inside Out, Walk Your Talk, Getting What You Want, and Resolving Conflict Sooner. Anderson’s TED talk on The Web of Humanity: Be an Opportunity Maker has attracted over 2.3 million views and her TEDx Berkeley talk was on Why Redefine Your Life Around a Mutuality Mindset.
She was a founding board member of Annie’s Homegrown, co-founder of nine womens’ political PACs, and Anderson serves on the advisory boards of The Business Innovation Factory, Gloopt, TEDxMarin and World Affairs Council Marin. As David Rockefeller Jr. said after hearing her speak, "Kare forever changes how you see yourself and your world.” Discover more at her blog, Moving From Me To We.