The most successful leaders see themselves as heads of movements that rally people to accomplish big things. Here are the keys to becoming a movement starter.
Jennifer Dulski is the head of Groups and Community at Facebook. She also has more than 15 years' experience in successful startups and big-brand internet companies, including Yahoo! and The Dealmap, which was acquired by Google in 2011. She was most recently president and COO of Change.org. Dulski writes about leadership, management and entrepreneurship for LinkedIn Influencers, Fortune, Huffington Post and other media outlets.
An inspiring call-to-arms for everyone who wants to change the
world. * Arianna Huffington *
Yes! Yes! Yes! If we want to live in a world in which each of us can wake up inspired, feel safe at work, and return home fulfilled at the end of the day, then we need more books like this one! Dulski discovered firsthand what it takes to move from being a manager of people to becoming a leader of movements. Now the rest of us can learn what she learend and join the movement. I'm in ... the quetsion is: are you? * Simon Sinek, author of Start with Why and Leaders Eat Last *
Drawing on her experiences as a key leader at Change.org and Facebook, Jennifer Dulski shows aspiring organisers what they need to do to start movements that create massive positive impacts. For anyone who wants to change the world, this is crucial reading. * Reid Hoffman, Co-founder of Linkedin *
Purposeful teaches readers how to bridge the gap between a great idea and real impact, helping you learn how to lead world-changing movements yourself. * Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos.com and bestselling author of Delivering Happiness *
Jennifer provides a fresh take on leadership, combining the best techniques from business and social change to help you transform your passion into a movement. She shows how all of us can create positive change in the world and make our lives purposeful. * Ben Rattray, founder and CEO of Change.org *