BJ Fogg is the bestselling author of Tiny Habits: The Small Changes That Change Everything and the founder and director of The Stanford Design Lab, where he has directed research for over 20 years.
The Future of Work
with Jacob Morgan
Dr. Margaret Heffernan is the author of six books including Willful Blindness: Why We Ignore the Obvious At Our Peril and Uncharted: How to Map the Future and Professor of Practice at the University of Bath. Margaret also has a TED Talk called The Human Skills We Need in an Unpredictable World which has been viewed over 3.6 million times.
Self-sabotage is how we hurt ourselves, whether consciously or unconsciously, and keep ourselves from achieving our plans, goals, and dreams. Many, if not all of us, have sabotaged ourselves in one way or another. But the good news is, we can overcome sabotaging behaviors, it just takes self-awareness and effort.
Jeff Immelt is the former CEO of General Electric and author of the new book: Hot Seat: What I Learned From Leading A Great American Company. Jeff has had a lot of critics over the years and stepping into a role after the legendary Jack Welch was not an easy task. In his 16 years leading GE as the CEO he had to lead the company through 9/11, the financial crisis, and the 2011 meltdown of the Fukushima’s nuclear reactors - which were designed by GE. He definitely knows what it’s like to lead under pressure.
You have to give yourself the freedom to make decisions, and you have to accept that you’re going to be wrong, but that’s okay.
We all know life is hard, in multiple ways. We’ve all experienced challenging times, especially over the past year.
The pandemic has had an impact on every one of our lives, and the effects will be felt for a long time to come.
Jay Papasan is the bestselling author of multiple books including The ONE Thing, which he co-authored with Gary Keller.
AI has been a very hot topic of discussion among business leaders over the past few decades, and there are varying degrees of worry.
Whether you lead a team of thousands, a team of hundreds, or a team of five, you should have executive presence.