How can the strategic principles of chess be applied in a professional environment? By developing similar critical thinking skills, leaders will be prepared to address challenges with nuanced and anticipatory responses, strategizing five steps ahead in true chess fashion. Today I am joined by Danny Rensch, Chief Chess Officer of Chess.com and international chess master, as we explore how the game’s principles can be translated into effective business strategies.
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Passion Expert On How To Use Intrinsic Motivation & The Four Pillars of Purpose To Become A Better Leader | John Miles
Do you know how to handle toxic influences in your workplace? Conflict can oftentimes be resolved with compassion rather than defensiveness. Today I am joined by John Miles, best-selling author of “Passion Struck” and host of the Passion Struck Podcast. In this episode John will be sharing frameworks and strategies for cultivating purpose and potential in yourself and your teams through mindful shifts in mindsets and leadership approaches.
How To Overcome Your Fear and Ego & Turn Failure into Success: The Science of Failing Well | Dr. Amy Edmondson Author of “The Right Kind Of Wrong”
Failure is a powerful teacher, and nobody knows this better than Dr. Amy Edmondson, our guest in today’s discussion. A Harvard Professor and the author behind influential works like “The Fearless Organization” and “Right Kind of Wrong”.
Good Vs. Bad Friction: How To Use Organizational Friction To Simplify Leadership Processes & Boost Performance
No matter the organization, friction is inevitable…but the key is knowing how to navigate and harness it for better leadership. In today’s discussion I sit down with Bob Sutton, Stanford professor, organizational psychologist and best selling author of books including “The No A$$hole Rule” and “The Friction Project” as he dives into the world of ‘friction-fixer’ leadership.No matter the organization, friction is inevitable…but the key is knowing how to navigate and harness it for better leadership. In today’s discussion I sit down with Bob Sutton, Stanford professor, organizational psychologist and best selling author of books including “The No A$$hole Rule” and “The Friction Project” as he dives into the world of ‘friction-fixer’ leadership.
How To Balance Structure With Innovation In A Fully Remote Company | Workleap Co-Founder & CEO Simon De Baene
Running a fully remote company while making sure you can deliver on short-term goals and long-term innovation is not an easy thing to do! In today’s discussion I sit down with Workleap Co-founder and CEO Simon De Baene who shares hard-earned lessons in leadership from 18 years of building a successful company.
How Luck Shapes Your Success & The Role Of Meritocracy | Brian Klaas, Best-Selling Author of “Fluke”
Are you lucky or are you good? The smallest and seemingly most random decisions you make in your life can have a profound impact on your career success. Does this mean that we shouldn’t try to be the best at what we do?
Health-Food Chain Sweetgreen Is Automating Locations, What Will Happen To Their People? CEO Jonathan Neman Explains
Is AI going to take your job? Yes! But is that really a bad thing and what does it mean for the future of work? Sweetgreen is an American fast-casual food chain with more than 220 locations and 6,000 employees. They are actively implementing technology in their restaurants to make the food, but are they losing people as a result?
What do the most successful leaders do that others don’t? How do the world’s top leaders overcome negative thoughts and focus on positivity and success? Positivity can powerfully alter your ability to connect with your team and slingshot your leadership to new bounds of resilience and success.
World’s #1 Work From Home Expert On Remote Work Vs In-Person Work: What The Research Says & Is Return To The Office Really Dead? | Dr. Nicholas Bloom
Is working in the office dead? With the rise of remote work it appears that home offices becoming the new corporate hubs. But what does the data actually say? Dr. Nicholas Bloom from Stanford University has been studying the work from home trend from over 20 years and he has hard data that shows what has been going on and why.
What’s more important for leadership, emotional intelligence or IQ? The right use of EQ can revolutionize your approach to decision-making, relationship building, leadership, and communication.