Dr. Cheryl Robinson’s Forbes article
In this Forbes article, Dr. Cheryl Robinson interviewed our Co-founder Jean Oelwang to learn how her career’s trajectory led her to focus on the power of partnering. She maps Jean’s path through the corporate world, the important disruptive detours volunteering with refugees and homeless youth as well as working with the National Parks and Wildlife Foundation in Australia, and then helping to build Virgin Unite.
At Virgin Unite, Jean worked with partners to incubate collectives of leaders working to solve unacceptable issues and systems, including The Elders and The B Team. It is in these collectives and through her observations of great partnerships that she realized the importance of collaboration and deep connection to affect meaningful change.
Now, her book Partnering is sharing the knowledge of over 65 great partnerships to help everyone employ these tools and skills for nurturing deep connections.Read the Forbes article here