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About the Author
He annually delivers 50 global keynotes at leading industry association conferences, corporate meetings, and academic forums. David's unique perspective and independent insights on Relationship Economics® have been featured in a variety of prominent blogs and publications including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, FastCompany, Knowledge@Wharton, Associations Now, Entrepreneur, and Success magazine. He is the author of several books including the best selling Relationship Economics, Connectability, The Entrepreneur's Guide to Raising Capital and now, Return on Impact: Leadership Strategies in the Age of Connected Relationships.
An Eagle Scout himself, David is passionate about youth with his foundation s support of the Scouting movement, Junior Achievement, One Voice--aiming to create peace in the Middle East--and the High Tech Ministries.
A native of Iran, David came to the U.S. with a suitcase, $100, limited family ties and no fluency in English! He earned an Executive MBA from the Goizueta Business School at Emory University and a BA degree in Management from Georgia State University.
Top Customer Reviews
I gave this book two stars since I did find a few couple of interesting ideas to ponder and, in the author's defense, the book may be of more interest to individuals working in non-profit or professional and credentialing organizations. However, from my perspective with twenty plus years experience in various technical and business positions, the key points I walked away with could have been reduced to several PowerPoint slides or, since we're in the age of connected relationships, a few Tweets or Facebook postings.