Leadership

Video Lectures

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Lecture 1
Teamwork and Collaboration
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Teamwork and Collaboration
Cisco CEO John Chambers explains how abandoning command-and-control leadership has enabled the company to innovate more quickly, using collaboration and teamwork.
Lecture 2
Leadership Brand
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Leadership Brand
An interview with Dave Ulrich and Norm Smallwood, Cofounders, The RBL Group. Companies build a leadership brand by developing leaders who enable employees to deliver the results expected by customers.
Lecture 3
Be a Better Leader, Have a Richer Life
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Be a Better Leader, Have a Richer Life
An interview with Stewart Friedman, Professor, University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School. Traditional thinking pits work and the rest of our lives against each other. But taking smart steps to integrate work, home, community, and self will make you a more productive leader and a more fulfilled person.
Lecture 4
Social Intelligence and Leadership
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Social Intelligence and Leadership
An interview with Daniel Goleman, Psychologist. See how you can use emotional and social intelligence to improve your own and your organization's performance.
Lecture 5
Developing the CEO Within You
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Developing the CEO Within You
An interview with Joseph L. Bower, Professor, Harvard Business School. To become an effective CEO, work for companies committed to leadership development, and take responsibility for your own development on the job.
Lecture 6
What Is Personal Leadership Brand?
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What Is Personal Leadership Brand?
An interview with Dave Ulrich and Norm Smallwood, Founders, The RBL Group. You have a strong personal leadership brand when your individual strengths deliver value to the people you want to serve.
Lecture 7
Where Will We Find Tomorrow's Leaders?
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Where Will We Find Tomorrow's Leaders?
An Interview with Linda A. Hill, Professor, Harvard Business School. We won't find new global leaders by looking in conventional places for people who act in conventional take-charge ways. Instead, look for people who can lead from behind to promote the collective genius of their teams.
Lecture 8
Ask the Coach
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Ask the Coach
An interview with Marshall Goldsmith, Ask the Coach blogger for HarvardBusiness.org. Advice for managers who want to learn how to influence up and become leaders in the future.