Scaling Up Excellence

Description of Stanford Entrepreneurship Video: Stanford Professor Bob Sutton shares principles and colorful examples from his most recent book, Scaling Up Excellence, co-authored by Huggy Rao. Touching on concepts around emotion, complexity, and connecting people, Sutton explains why scaling is about spreading and sustaining a mindset, not just a footprint.

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The Music Industry Unplugged

Description of Stanford Entrepreneurship Video: Stanford Professor Tina Seelig discusses the creative process and music industry dynamics with Nate Ruess, lead singer of the band fun., and Cameron Strang, chairman and CEO of Warner Bros. Records and Warner/Chappell Music. As a kick-off to Seelig’s Stanford Online course, Creativity: Music to my Ears, the conversation explores…

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Be an Authentic Entrepreneur

Description of Stanford Entrepreneurship Video: Tristan Walker, founder and CEO of Walker and Company Brands, describes living your authentic brand as an entrepreneur. Traveling from the housing projects of Queens, New York to working on Wall Street and experiences at Silicon Valley tech firms, Walker discusses creating context to see opportunities and the importance of…

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Big Breakthrough Ideas and Courageous Entrerpreneurs

Description of Stanford Business School Video: Marc Andreessen, Co-Founder & Partner at Andreessen Horowitz, discusses his philosophy on investing in technical founders and the role of technology in today’s startups. Andreessen also addresses the kind of entrepreneurs and ideas his venture capital firm look for: “Big breakthrough ideas often seem nuts the first time you…

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The Discipline of Entrepreneurship

Description of Duke School of Business Video: Professor Fjeld’s session took place on December 18, 2013.

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The Future of Leadership: Perspectives on the Principalship

The Future of Leadership Video from Harvard Stated Description: Founded in 1981, The Principals’ Center at the Harvard Graduate School of Education provides aspiring and experienced school leaders with exemplary professional development opportunities. The Principals’ Center has dedicated itself to the support and development of leaders who influence the character and quality of a school,…

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The Power of the Leadership Credo

Description of Columbia Business School Video: This complimentary webinar explores what a leadership credo is and how it brings value to your career and organization. The 30-minute webinar covers: How developing a credo can help leaders communicate to achieve strategic goals. Understanding your own credo ensures messages are authentic and natural because they are grounded…

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Disrupting the Discourse

Description of Harvard Graduate School of Education Video: Speaker: John H. Jackson, Ed.M.’98, Ed.D.’01, president and CEO, The Schott Foundation for Public Education John H. Jackson will present the opening keynote for The 10th Annual Alumni of Color Conference (AOCC). The AOCC seeks to inspire and impact the improvement of the education sector by annually…

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How Leaders Collaborate

University Video Description from USC: Nov. 1, 2011: Creativity & Collaboration in the Academy: Warren Bennis on How Leaders Collaborate A pioneer in the study of collaboration across disciplines, organizations and sectors, Warren Bennis has first-hand knowledge of legendary teams and what makes them tick. USC Professor and Distinguished Professor of Management and Organization, he’ll…

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The Importance of Leadership Coaching in a Post-Recession Economy

University Video Description from USC: This webinar addresses the reasons that organizations should consider leadership coaching, and why coaching is a key success factor for creating future value.

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