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An Interview with Ron Cacioppe

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Dr Ron Cacioppe1. Describe your key strengths and personality as a Consultant?

“I have the ability to understand leaders circumstances within their organisation and to be able to help them be commercially successful, but as importantly, provide them with techniques to be authentic people so in turn they can perform and build on their products and services, environmentally and suitably to society.”

2. What’s your most memorable moment?

“Hitch-hiking in the States from California to New Jersey. I came across some interesting walks of life, criminals, hippies, American Indians and some very mixed up but gracious Americans.”

3. Where do you see Integral Development in 5 years time?

“I hope to see the people and culture within the Integral group grow to be spiritual, healthy, well known and continuing to help organisations really do their best. I’d also like to see us owning a building that is friendly to the environment where we can facilitate all our programs onsite.”

4. If you could invite 5 people to dinner, who would they be?

“Socrates, Buddha, Seinfeild, Marcus Aurelius and Aung San Suu Kyi”

5. Who is Leader that inspires you and why?

“Barack Obama. I find him to be very inspirational with intelligence and maturity in seeing and acknowledging different sides of complex issues. His views and acceptance of people and their backgrounds from people from low educational backgrounds, to the wealthy, his view on abortion, and his leadership style, and his willingness to speak about his own personal lacking, and share information about his wife and family. He is truly an inspiring leader!”

6. If you were stranded on a desert island, what 2 items and one book would you like with you?

“My partner Karen, my electronic keyboard with a long lasting battery and a book on Haiku (Japanese Poetry).”

Ron Cacioppe

Ron Cacioppe is the Managing Director of Integral Development and holds a BSc, an MBA and a PhD. He has taught in the Graduate School of Management at Macquarie University, Curtin University and the University of Western Australia.

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