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Calling All Visionary Leaders

We are looking to interview nontraditional leaders. Those who think and act differently, who see the limitations of mainstream approaches and are experimenting successfully with post-conventional methods.

Are you such a visionary and transformational leader?  

Do you know such leaders? 

Why Are We Interested in Visionary Leaders?

Dr. Dean Anderson, Being First co-founder and CEO, is writing a new book currently called, “Breakthrough: How Leaders Achieve Extraordinary Results.” Dean is interviewing visionary / transformational leaders about their perspectives on leadership and transformation in the 21st environment.  


What Makes a Leader Visionary or Transformational?

They certainly think, act and lead differently. They tend to be more self-aware, conscious, and mindful, and interested in their own self-development. They value and trust others, and seek other’s opinions rather than believe only they have the answers. They lead co-creatively, engaging people and coaching them to unleash more of their potential. They thrive in challenge and complexity, can see inter-dependencies others miss, and find order where others are overwhelmed in chaos. They see a bigger picture, envision a grander future, and have the guts to pursue it.

Dean’s new book will describe these leaders and how to become one of them. 

Do you know – either personally or by public reputation – such leaders?

If so, please click the button below to nominate them.  


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