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Leadership’s 4th Evolution: Collaboration for the 21st Century

Posted: December 5, 2020 at 3:43 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Dr. Edward M. Marshall, a Professor of Management at Duke University and the author of Leadership’s 4th Evolution: Collaboration for the 21st Century joins Enterprise Radio.

This episode of Enterprise Radio is in association with the Author Channel.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Dr. Edward M. Marshall discuss the following:

  1. A lot of business owners are debating whether to reopen, whether to stay open, and what their responsibilities are to their workers. What are your thoughts on this?
  2. From your work, what is the most important success factor for entrepreneurial/small business ventures?
  3. In your experience working with small enterprises or startups, what are their greatest leadership challenges?
  4. You’ve written a book about collaboration and collaborative leadership. Why should entrepreneurs be interested in being collaborative in their ventures?
  5. As a former entrepreneur and profitable small business owner for 35 years, what is your most important advice for the entrepreneurs of today?

Dr. Edward M. Marshall is a pioneer in helping us understand the power of collaborative leadership cultures, cultures that are principle-based, build high trust, are ethical, and empower the workforce to be their best selves and do their best work. He comes by his passion for workplace empowerment honestly. Not only did recover from polio, but he also recovered from his highy dysfunctional family that disempowered everyone. His recovery helped him learn what it takes to empower oneself and others.

Early in his career, he worked in the Civil Rights movement, the community economic development movement, and other social justice movements designed to empower people and to achieve equality. This mission took him into workplace empowerment as a management consultant, where for 35 years he worked with senior leadership at some of the world’s leading corporations, like DuPont, Marriott, Microsoft, and Philips, helping them create collaborative solutions to their critical business and people challenges.

Now, as a Professor at Duke University, he continues his mission empowering tomorrow’s leaders, helping them learn how to build high trust relationships in their teams, to be ethical above reproach, and to become collaborative leaders.


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