Nadine Hack has been named a “master bridge-builder” by Harvard University and IMD business school where she was the first ever female executive in residence.
It has been her life work to partner with governments, large corporations, and NGOs to enable them to solve some of their toughest challenges through the power of connectedness.
Nadine's company beCause Global Consulting helps people and organizations connect with their core purpose and each other. It's sister nonprofit Global Citizens Circle convenes diverse, intergenerational, cross-sectoral dialogue to find sustainable solutions and create constructive change. Nadine is currently writing a book called "The Power of Connectedness" which has a foreword by Desmond Tutu.
During our conversation, Nadine shares how she discovered and developed her passion and purpose, some lessons she has learned throughout her extraordinary career, and what she believes are the most essential leadership qualities for the future.