Life is about connections above and beyond your career. You never know what role someone may play, how you may be able to make a profound difference for them, or how they may be able to help you.
If you are already a manager or a team leader of any kind, connections are vital to your success. Business connections let you understand the people you are working with and make it much easier to approach them no matter the topic.
Nadine Hack understands the importance of corporate social responsibility goals that companies seek to achieve. For this episode, Hack narrates her broad knowledge on connectedness and the ability to relate to others in a manner that builds them up, encourages, and brings out their highest potential.
Be idealistic and realistic simultaneously, allow yourself to dream big, and then translate that vision into achievable projects. People who have healthy connections are also more likely to complete their projects faithfully.
A bit about Nadine:
Awards: Top Leader Trustworthy Business Lifetime Achievement; Responsible CEO shortlist; Top Influencer Sustainable Governance; Enterprising Woman of Year, Mentor of Year, Inspiration Award presented at Säid Business School.
On SheSource global database women experts; articles about or by Nadine in Forbes, Financial Times, HuffPo, NYT, Library Professional Coaching. Interviews on TV, radio, podcasts, YouTube. TEDx.
CSR, ESG leader developed pioneering work on engagement leadership and Strategic Relational Engagement (SRE™) in & among entities & sectors improves productivity, profitability, sustainability.
Master’s degrees: Harvard; New School. Fellow: Salzburg Global Seminar; New Westminster College. Created & taught graduate courses at NYU, SNHU; guest lectured at many universities. Was Executive-in-Residence IMD Business School.