Episode 6: Building A Better Business with Dissent, Mistakes and Unpleasant Speech With Jonathan Berk
Discover the power of dissent and challenging assumptions with Jonathan Berk, the A.P. Giannini Professor of Finance at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. From growth to innovation, learn why mistakes and daring ideas fuel better organizations. Embrace a team culture that dares to speak up, speak out and innovate against the grain.
Episode 5: From Cubicles to Clouds: Building the Right Connections with Your Team with Glenn Carroll and Michael Arena
Glenn Carroll, professor of organizational behavior at Stanford and Michael Arena, faculty member at the University of Pennsylvania share new leadership insights on why the work-from-home vs work-in-office debate needs to go beyond the working environment…
Ashley Welch, co-founder of Somersault Innovation and author of Naked Sales, explains how to find and harness the magic found in stories from your customers.
Matt Abrahams, Stanford University lecturer, podcast host and author challenges traditional beliefs about filler words and presentation anxiety management, offering up new frameworks, tips, tools and advice to master impromptu speaking with more ease and confidence.
Dina Denham Smith, certified executive coach and seasoned leader, unpacks common internal conflicts experienced by leaders, and offers practical advice to get clear alignment between your intent and your impact.
Harry Kraemer, former CEO and Chairman of Baxter shares how to make the leadership mindset shift, how to fast track connecting with a team and why leaders need to set more expectations upfront.