Retired Navy SEAL Jocko Willink defines leadership

For the better part of a decade, former SEAL commander Jocko Willink has passed on what he learned in the Navy to the civilian sector. In recent years, he's become a bit of a celebrity due to a few New York Times bestsellers and a hit podcast. With that has come more clients for his … Continúa leyendo Retired Navy SEAL Jocko Willink defines leadership

I più bei discorsi ispirazionali, da Steve Jobs a JFK

Gli interventi dei CEO, dei presidenti americani e degli scrittori nelle università, i cosiddetti commencement speech, sono diventati momenti importanti della comunicazione politica e d'impresa. Delle lezioni di vita e di business che hanno ispirato il formato TED, e contribuiscono a formare la cultura “inspirational” profondamente americana. Questi rapidi discorsi diventano così momenti importanti della … Continúa leyendo I più bei discorsi ispirazionali, da Steve Jobs a JFK

How Johnson & Johnson and American Express Are Developing Young Leaders

Over the next decade, approximately 10,000 Baby Boomers will retire every day. Young leaders will have substantial opportunity to climb the corporate ladder — by 2030, millennials alone will comprise three out of every four individuals in the U.S. workforce — and companies will increasingly grapple with how to accelerate the development of those individuals for … Continúa leyendo How Johnson & Johnson and American Express Are Developing Young Leaders

These 5 Speaking Habits Make People Want To Collaborate With You

The words you use can either turn people away or make them fall over themselves for a chance to work with you. — Leer en www.fastcompany.com/40546622/these-5-speaking-habits-make-people-want-to-collaborate-with-you

Prendere decisioni: come cambiare attitudine con la regola dei 5 secondi

Un nuovo libro (e la scienza) ci spiega che per smettere di procrastinare e cambiare attitudine bastano 5 secondi. — Leer en www.elle.com/it/emozioni/psicologia/a20120151/prendere-decisioni-e-non-procrastinare/

Mindfulness as a Management Technique Goes Back to at Least the 1970s

Mindfulness may seem to be a fairly new phenomenon, it’s not. It first influenced business decades ago, through the development of an unmistakably hard skill that senior managers must master: strategic planning. Leaders today would be wise to learn from the past and to view strategic planning and mindfulness together. Before explaining why, though, a bit of … Continúa leyendo Mindfulness as a Management Technique Goes Back to at Least the 1970s