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In this episode of the Unmistakable Creative, Erica Dhawan talks about connectional intelligence and how we can leverage knowledge, ambition and human capital to create something meaningful in the world. 

Episode Highlights 

  • Using business as tool for social change 
  • Harnessing communities to change the world
  • How to connect, people, ideas and resources
  • The difference between collaboration and connectional intelligence
  • Using dance as form of expression and storytelling
  • Creating value and meaning through connectional intelligence
  • Giving and listening to your community
  • Connecting knowledge, ambition, and human capital to create something meaningfu
  • Leveraging our human assets to solve the world’s most important problems
  • The 5 Key Questions Related to Connectional Intelligence


Get Big Things Done: The Power of Connectional Intelligence

Erica Dhawan is the Founder & CEO of Cotential, a global consultancy that accelerates the connectedness of employees teams, customers and clients. You can follow her on twitter @edhawan


Originally aired over 1 year ago.

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