The Business World is Transforming
  • By 2025 the worth of the Internet of Things will be $6.2 trillion.
  • The sharing economy will reach $330 billion by 2025.
  • For people starting their education, 65% will enter the workforce into jobs that don’t exist today.
  • The average tenure on the S&P 500 is dropping. Only 25% of the companies in 2012 will remain by 2023.
  • Automation and robotic usage will grow 2,000% from 2015-2030 amounting to $190 Billion market.
  • 86% of global CEO’s are championing digital transformation of their companies.
  • By 2025, half of world’s companies with revenues exceeding $1 billion will be headquartered in today’s emerging markets.
  • By 2018, the data created by the Internet of Things will reach 403 zettabytes a year.
  • By 2030 the population will be over 8 billion people and 50% of Global GDP growth will come 440 cities in emerging markets.
  • By 2030 more than 30% of workforce will be older than 55 in developed countries.

Podcast: The Art of Getting What You Need with Karen S. Walch, PhD

Podcast: The Art of Getting What You Need with Karen S. Walch, PhD
01/30/2018, Karen S. Walch, PhD , in Organizational Transformation

Dr. Karen S. Walch shares with David Lee real life examples of Quantum Negotiation and the Art of Getting What You Need.

In the context of negotiation, we are all connected.  To get what you need you must clearly understand the emotions and sense of purpose that drive your decision making and that of your counterpart. That clarity will help you align with the intentions of your counterpart to develop a relationship that will guide you both through the negotiation process to ultimately get what you need.



Karen S. Walch, PhD

Partner at Clair-Buoyant Leadership, LLC

Dr. Karen S. Walch is a Partner at Clair-Buoyant Leadership, LLC and Co-creator of Quantum Negotiation Certification programs.  She is an Emeritus faculty member of Thunderbird School of Global Management.

Karen specializes in the social interaction skills of negotiation, collaboration, influence, and inclusion. Her facilitation and coaching are focused on developing leadership behaviors for maximum personal and organizational impact in a dynamic and disruptive global economy. She has several decades of experience in diverse business and academic settings, including insurance, law, tourism, aquaculture, security studies, MBA education, and corporate learning.  Clair-Buoyant Leadership

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