Rote memorization, rigid hierarchies and repetition once dominated theories and practices of efficiencies, but no more. New leaders – “changemakers” – redefine priorities and embrace new approaches. Henry F. De Sio, Jr., former deputy assistant to the president during the Barack Obama administration and an expert on the social impact of change, outlines case histories of meaningful social change. His reliable blueprint shows how anyone can become a change maker. De Sio supports his ideas with compelling examples of big-hearted visionaries who built collaborative teams and followed their own rules.
About the Author
Former deputy assistant to President Barack Obama, Henry F. De Sio, Jr. is a social-sector executive, leadership advisor, campaign strategist and international keynote speaker.
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