Tuesday, October 26, 2021
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7VXjW26wEgM Success in the startup world gets noticed but the bitter truth is that nine out of ten startups are likely to fail. In this video, Matt Blumberg, author of Future of Thriving Startup CXO, gives us some pointers to what a successful startup comprises of. Some of the other topics...
https://youtu.be/6Sd5LNTgCR8 There is extensive research going around all around the world striving to understand leadership by dissecting it into many understandable parts, resulting in various titles. But is there any difference between for example leaders and managers? Or is it just a false dichotomy? In this video Jeffery Hull, Author of...
https://youtu.be/4s6HmJltxv4 Startups are always in a bit of a tangle when it comes to PR. They need to be out there but they do not often have the resources. Sometimes they have the resources but they do not have the volume of work and success to back it up. In this...
https://youtu.be/QrVtRlrqGyU Most tech jobs tend to fall into "a daily grind" after some time. To foster a culture of innovation, companies and leaders need to give that creative space to the workforce. In this video, Michael Solomon, author of Game Changer, talks about some of the steps his company took to...
https://youtu.be/SHazMxWH0X8 In the world of gig/flex and wfh world how do coaches and managers inspire employees in relationship development? In this video, the author of Influencing Up, gives us some hacks to deal with some of the most obvious biases we witness in the workplace. The second half of the video...
https://youtu.be/FxwbtTZ8RpU With AI and ML penetrating rapidly our workplace and replacing inefficient labor, what are the chances that the biggest decision-makers, namely CEOs, will be spared? In this video Jeffery Hull, Author of "flex", with his vast experience of working leaders walks us through the basic tenets of leadership and the...
https://youtu.be/cvnjcgF3drc In this video, Melissa Riberio, a diversity champion, and leader, indulges us in a quick question and answer session on various topics related to work and the future of work. To watch the full podcast of Melissa Ribeiro on: https://work2.org/workpod-leading-the-diversity/ STAY CONNECTEDSubscribe to see more videos like this: Website: https://work2.org/category/workpod-minisode/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/work2dot0 Podcast:iTunes: https://apple.co/2UgPquxSpotify: https://spoti.fi/2S3JFQ1 YouTube: https://bit.ly/3xmJxdlNewsletter: https://bit.ly/3xm3bpQ
https://youtu.be/SsfKpVwJjsQ Startups, that are most often starved of funding, need to figure out a way to sell themselves. Depending on the kind of businesses they are and the stage of development they are at, their investment on PR varies greatly. In this video, Sabrina Horn, author of "Make It, Don't Fake...
https://youtu.be/rv9lEtoEQbY Businesses lose too much time in planning and strategizing competitive advantage. Right from the top executive level to the ground workers there are strategies in place to generate value but the question is when and how. In this video, Ram Charan, co-author of the bestselling Execution and Confronting Reality,...
https://youtu.be/hk0mxGm2PCI There's a fine balance between being resilient and casting aside one's pride and embracing failure. Failure may be terrible for individual entrepreneurs but perhaps beneficial for larger systems to have small failures and learn from it. In this video, Thomas Eisenmann, author of the new book "Why Startups Fail"...