The Multiplier Effect: How Our Impact on the World is Amplified When We Work Together

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The Multiplier Effect: How Our Impact on the World is Amplified When We Work Together

by John Chambers, Executive Chairman, Cisco
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Multiplier Effect: Working Together for Greater Impact http://huff.to/1L4kj7W via @HuffPostImpact #FutureOfImpact #SkillsGap @CiscoCSR

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This year's Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting theme, "the future of impact," has me thinking about what we as leaders can be doing to future-proof our economy to create an even better world for the next generation. This is no small task. In the spirit of the CGI Mission, we must first take a step back and figure out what we can be doing today to help translate our big ideas into action. In my view, the answer starts with nurturing great talent to encourage innovation and giving back to the community to help solve our most pressing issues as a society. I learned early on in my career the importance of "paying it forward" and mentoring young minds -- this is the way of Silicon Valley. With success comes responsibility and we will have a lasting effect on the world by improving the overall quality of life and shaping those who will lead us in the future.

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