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Radical Purpose

Effective Leaders Create Highly Engaged Cultures

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To have a seat in the corner office and delegate tasks with deadlines is the most commonly perceived image of a boss/leader. The strange thing is that some authority figures do believe that to be true and have accepted it as part of their work culture. This is mainly because they have come up the ranks in organizations where their seniors also followed the same attitude.




We talk about co-management and co-ownership in order to make a more just world. Freedom, transparency, empathy. We recognize that human dignity and relationships drive how we live and work together.

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Tullio Siragusa

Tullio Siragusa

Entrepreneurial Senior Technology Professional & Tech Start-up Founder ✦ Design Thinking Advisor ✦ EQ Centered Leadership Subject Matter Expert.

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