“The opportunity is even bigger than you imagined it. Don't look away, don't blink, this book and this moment are your chance to matter.” —Seth Godin, author of What To Do When It's Your Turn
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“Get Big Things Done is a passionate look at a new wave of leaders. It's full of inspiring stories about imaginative ways to forge meaningful connections and achieve audacious goals.” —Adam Grant, Wharton professor and New York Times bestselling author of Give and Take
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“As our interconnectedness grows, so does our collective responsibility to ask the hard questions. Get Big Things Done reminds us not only that our action and inaction can have enormous consequences, but that we have the tools we need to tackle the world's biggest problems. It is both an inspiration and provocation to create the world we of which we dream. Buy this book for yourself and share with others who want to act now.” —Jacqueline Novogratz, CEO of Acumen and author of The Blue Sweater
Erica Dhawan is a globally recognized leadership expert and keynote speaker driving innovation across generations and cultures to prepare the global workplace for tomorrow. As one of the today's most provocative business thinkers, she is CEO of Cotential and has spoken, worldwide, including at the World Economic Forum at Davos. She writes for Forbes, HBR and Fast Company. She has degrees from Harvard, MIT and Wharton.
Saj-nicole Joni, Ph.D., is a business strategist and confidential advisor to CEOs. She works with top leaders to solve their hardest strategic challenges – delivering results needed now while creating far-reaching future impact. A global keynote speaker, Saj-nicole is CEO of Cambridge International Group, where she brings her combined experience as seasoned senior executive, Ph.D. in mathematics, professor, and performing artist to her work.