Our society has always been filled with brilliant people. However, most of those talented people and their innovations will never be known by the public. Why? They were too smart to work with others. And one person can’t do it all. Furthermore, when they train and develop themselves, they
|This content is not yet available over encrypted connections.|
Monday, April 25, 2016
Monday, April 11, 2016
While being smart is valuable, there is a dark side. In some cases, being smart can serve as more of a shield to protect a person from being wrong. In other cases, it can serve as a sword to invalidate others and back them off. Ultimately, it can allow the person to
Monday, April 4, 2016
Part 2 for Podcast: Ted Talks about Leadership and What Stops Breakthroughs
In part two of a lively interview with Karissa Thomas, Ted Santos dives into a discussion about leadership and breakthroughs. Karissa is the host of the Lady K Show. And she asks Ted to openly discuss a number of counter intuitive perspectives on what makes someone a great leader to why breakthrough initiatives get derailed.
In addition, Ted talks about common themes amongst CEOs of some of the largest corporations in the world.
Click to hear podcast: https://lnkd.in/bb5se36
What do you think? I would love to hear your feedback. And I’m open to ideas. Or if you want to write me about a specific topic, connect through my blog www.turnaroundip.blogspot.com.