Co-Elevation: The New Way to Collaborate

Collaboration is no longer enough. Now, more than ever, the world is about managing networks. Networks are the basis for how work gets done: for one to succeed, everyone must succeed, which requires a new level of commitment and accountability. It requires everyone to CO-ELEVATE their teammates.

Where to Co-Elevate

When your work team takes ownership of every teammate's success, your organization's growth is exponential.

Not every teammate is a direct report. Today's work environment crosses departmental boundaries, creating a network of co-workers who are a part of your "team."

With radical interdependency comes greater spheres of influence. Your informal network of friends and acquaintances with expertise in your field need to be brought in as well.

Leading with generosity is critical to co-elevation. Regardless of field or expertise, owning the success of your professional relationships will elevate your own.

Co-elevation isn't just a professional solution. Any relationship you want to succeed can be strengthened and deepened, by embracing the need to raise everyone together.


  • John Reid-Dodick, Former Chief People Officer


  • Devin Wenig, President & CEO


  • Josh Peirez, President and COO

    Dun & Bradstreet

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