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Creating "SmartTribes" at Work with Christine Comaford

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Bill Gates calls her “super high bandwidth.” Bill Clinton has thanked her for “fostering American entrepreneurship.” Newsweek says, “By reputation, Christine is the person you want to partner with.”  

Our guest today Christine Comaford is a global thought leader who helps companies navigate growth and change, an expert in human behavior and applied neuroscience, and the bestselling author of Rules for Renegades. Her latest book, New York Times best seller SmartTribes: How Teams Become Brilliant Together, was released in June 2013. She is a leadership columnist for Forbes.com and is frequently quoted in the business and technology media.

Christine is with us today to help us understand how to get our employess from the "Critter" state to the "Smart" state, where they are super creative and super innovative. When this is achieved, companies enjoy higher revenue, deeply engaged and passionate teams, and highly profitable growth.  Christine's clients often see their revenues increase by 30-110 percent annually, profits increase by 17-200 percent annually, and sales close 50 percent faster. 

Christine has consulted to the White House (Clinton and Bush), built and sold five of her own businesses, and helped more than 50 clients exit their businesses for between $12 and $425 million.