Help Yourself And The World Through Unexpected Connections And Collaboration
Kare Anderson speaks and writes about behavioral research-based ways to become more deeply and diversely connected. She has won awards as a writer both for NBC and for the Wall Street Journal. She speaks and writes regularly for Forbes and the Huffington Post on behavioral research-based ways to become more deeply connected. She firmly believes that learning to connect and collaborate more effectively can not only help us succeed, but can also foster collaborations that create opportunities to serve the greater good. "Kare forever changes how you see yourself and your world,” said David Rockefeller Jr., after hearing her speak.
Anderson also consults for clients such as Salesforce, Novartis, the San Francisco Giants, and The Skoll Foundation. Her books include Mutuality Matters, Moving From Me to We, and Getting What You Want. Anderson serves on the advisory boards of Gloopt, Raynforest, Watermark, and TEDxMarin, is a founding board member of Annie’s Homegrown, and the co-founder of nine political PACs.