Applying old thinking to new tools is both naive and dangerous. Leadering offers us a compelling case why we must reset our approach to business to ensure we build a thriving future for all.
Chip Conley, New York Times bestselling author, Hospitality Entrepreneur + Airbnb Strategic Advisor
Sustainability and prosperity are not at odds - they are mutually reinforcing. Thank you, Nancy Giordano, for demonstrating how leadership is not something one is, but something one does - with others. Leadering is a team sport.
Douglas Rushkoff, Founder, Laboratory of Digital Humanism and Professor of Media Theory and Digital Economics, CUNY/Queens, and author
Nancy Giordano has given us in Leadering a fascinating book that inspires and informs. This is an important book for all of us who know that a world of partnerism is possible if we leave old thinking behind and use our enormous creativity, full of leading-edge examples of what forward-looking people all over the world are doing to build a more caring and equitable world.
Riane Eisler, President Center for Partnership Studies, cultural historian, social systems scientist, best-selling author (The Chalice & the Blade, The Real Wealth of Nations, and Nurturing Our Humanity)
Giordano is an intellectual powerhouse, and this book upends every cherished notion we have about what it means to lead. A must-read for anyone serious about building a future that includes everyone
Sunni Brown, Social Entrepreneur and Best-Selling Author, Center for Deep Self Design
The same moves and attitudes that let you take control before may not do so again. The world is constantly changing, and being an effective leader means changing along with it. Leadering is Nancy Giordano’s paean to the virtues of daring greatly in the face of radical change. Take forward-thinking risks and you’ll be rewarded with the spoils of a new era.