In an interview, Stewart Friedman, professor at the Wharton School, talked about total leadership. The purpose of total leadership is to improve performance in all four domains of life: work, home, community and then the private self. You do this by creating mutual value among them and integrating them. If people think about pursuing four-way wins and making small changes that can improve things in all four domains, then people can make things better and get support from others. Companies can kick-start this by first laying out the basic ideas in workshops and then doing smaller breakouts. So start small, experiment with things and then surround the experiments with lots of data.