I am happy to be sharing this interview with Kare Christine Anderson. She and I first met at an IABC world conference where she was speaking. Have you ever experienced – and I hope you have – seeing someone on stage who is just luminous? Magnetic? I remember thinking she was someone I wanted to learn more about and to get to know. Kare is an Emmy award-winning former NBC and Wall Street Journal reporter, now a speaker and columnist for Forbes and Huffington Post. Kare’s TED talk, The Web of Humanity: Becoming an Opportunity Maker, has attracted more than 1.8 million views. She has worked with Salesforce, Novartis and the San Francisco Giants, among many organizations. She’s also a board member of several nonprofits and political PACs and the author of Mutuality Matters, Moving From Me to We, Getting What You Want and other books.
As David Rockefeller Jr. said after hearing her speak, “Kare forever changes how you see yourself and your world.”
Kare and I spoke about the mutuality mindset, which is a way to form mutually beneficial relationships, as an individual or an organization. In other words, how to speak, write, move and act so as to pull others closer. She even touches on ways to turn friction – and even attacks – into opportunities to attract allies and elevate the behaviour of those around you.
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