Career experience across the private, public and social ornonprofit sectors helps to develop significant leadership capacity.These “tri-sector leaders” develop sets of strengths that permitthem to engage and collaborate across sectors.

Harvard Business Review's recent article,“Triple-Strength Leadership” by Nick Lovegrove and Matthew Thomas,is based on interviews with more than 100 tri-sector leaders aroundthe world. These intersecting leadership credentials serve to meetthe multi-disciplinary challenges of society across sectors – frommanaging health care costs, to training the 21st centuryworkforce, to implementing new technologies and stabilizingfinancial systems to foster sustainable economic growth.

In engaging with many of our clients, we recognize tri-sectorleadership in many senior executives who are pursuing amission-driven strategy for the benefit of their customers. Many have served in government and all work closely with governmentand regulators, often in shaping policy.

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