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Use the science of relationships to enhance innovation, empowerment and resilience.
Alicia FortinberryDr. Bob Murray
You will radically change your life by learning how to create relationships that empower you and make you more effective as a leader, adviser, parent, partner.

Create relationships that empower you

Over three decades, Bob Murray MBA, PhD and Alicia Fortinberry PhD, have empowered organisations and individuals to shape and implement lasting change.

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  • shape and implement successful strategy
  • build resilience and improve mental health
  • manage conflict at all levels
  • hold difficult conversations
  • give and receive actionable feedback
  • drive innovation and adaptation
  • enhance trust and collaboration
  • enable behavioral change and growth
  • develop transformational leaders
  • create diverse, high performing teams
  • strengthen influence and impact
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Alicia and Bob’s work uniquely brings together a confluence of new research from psychology, neurobiology, behavioural genetics, biological psychiatry and anthropology.


Together they won the US Science Achievement Award for insights on human motivation and development and were appointed to head the US government’s national work stress initiative.

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Bob and Alicia are best-selling authors on optimism, resilience and leadership.

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New book out now

New book out now

Research shows that 80 percent of all strategic initiatives by businesses fail to meet their strategic objectives. This book is about how to make them a success. Strategy is, in the end, about people, and will succeed or fail depending on how well partners, employees, clients and others apply it.
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Why are we so angry?

There are a lot of things to be angry about. Is there a way out? Is there a future which is not filled with anger and resentment? Nobody can know for sure, but there are some hopeful saplings growing in the petrified forest.

Age, gender and culture 'predict loneliness'

A young man living in an individualistic society—such as Australia, the UK or the US—is more likely to report feeling lonely than an older woman in a collectivist society—such as China or Brazil.
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