Tag: values

The Warning Rocks Leadership!

February 28, 2016 12 Comments
The Warning Rocks Leadership!

Take the time to watch this video of The Warning at TEDxUniversityofNevada and you’ll see an impressive performance by Daniela (15), Paulina (13), and Alejandra (11), three talented sisters from Monterey, Mexico. When I consider the results they have achieved, listen to the words they speak between songs, and watch how they interact with each […]

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Next Level Servant Leadership: Arthur Brooks at TED 2016

February 18, 2016 6 Comments
Next Level Servant Leadership: Arthur Brooks at TED 2016

I watched a great talk today by Arthur Brooks at TED 2016. Because I curate TEDxUniversityofNevada, and hosted earlier in the week TEDxUniversityofNevadaLive, I was able to watch his talk via livestream on my home computer. The talk might not be posted to TED.com for months, but when it is posted I highly recommend you […]

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Book Review: Scaling Up Excellence By Bob Sutton And Huggy Rao

February 3, 2014 0 Comments
Book Review: Scaling Up Excellence By Bob Sutton And Huggy Rao

I’m a huge fan of Bob Sutton’s evidence-based management body of work. I think his new book with Huggy Rao might be his best book yet. I certainly believe that Scaling Up Excellence: Getting To More Without Settling For Less is one of the best evidence-based management books I’ve ever read. I got my review […]

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Book Review: Give And Take By Adam Grant

July 4, 2013 2 Comments
Book Review: Give And Take By Adam Grant

Bob Sutton said of Adam Grant’s new book Give and Take: A Revolutionary Approach to Success that it “just might be one of the most important new books of this young century,” and proclaimed it was a book every leader should read. I strongly concur. Adam Grant is one of the world’s most prolific researchers […]

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