A new breed of Americans born out of the social movements of the 60s and grown into a majority in the 70s holds a set of values so markedly different from the traditional outlook that they promise to transform the character of work in America in the 80s.
More than seven out of 10 people have found The Landmark Forum to be one of life’s most rewarding experiences. To me, this suggests that The Landmark Forum addresses many of people’s most profound concerns how to improve their personal and professional relationships, how to be a more effective person, how to think productively about their life and goals.
The act of collaboration must start with dialogue. You cannot build relationships without having an understanding of your potential partners, and you cannot achieve that understanding without a special form of communication that goes beyond ordinary conversation.