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Overcome Obstacles - Demosthenes of Athens
Part of the Series: The Art of Public Speaking
Here, Professor Hale outlines the goals of the course. Then, he introduces you to Demosthenes - the ancient Greek orator whose life and career illustrates how practice, hard work, memorization, the acceptance of early failures, and other skills are essential…
Mindset, Motivation and Leadership - With Carol Dweck
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
People are fairly evenly divided between those with either a growth or a fixed mindset about intelligence and talent. And leaders' mindsets, Professor Dweck shows, influence their ability to grow on the job and to develop successful teams. Leaders with…
The Power of Persuasion by Robert Cialdini
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Call it persuading, negotiating or convincing. Ethical influence is the foundation of successful leadership, management, sales, and customer service. Robert Cialdini has spent his career systematically studying the psychology of influence. In this program he reveals what lies at the…
Motivation Theories
How do companies try to motivate their employees? What are the theories behind motivation, and do they work in the real world? What do staff feel motivates - or demotivates - them? Clip #1: "Part 1: A Brief Guide to…
3 videos
High Performance Leadership
Part of the Series: Leadership: A Master Class with Daniel Goleman
George Kohlrieser is a former hostage negotiator and current professor of Leadership and Organizational Behaviour at IMD, and author of the internationally bestselling book, Hostage At The Table: How Leaders Can Overcome Conflict, Influence Others, and Raise Performance. Kohlrieser and…
Practice Your Delivery - Patrick Henry
Part of the Series: The Art of Public Speaking
Key to effective speaking is using your voice and body to reinforce your meaning. Using examples from Patrick Henry, Oliver Cromwell, Winston Churchill, and others, learn how the power of a speech lies not so much in words as in…
Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers - With Robert Sapolsky
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Tackling the serious topic of stress in his famously entertaining manner, Professor Sapolsky sets the stage on a Kenyan savannah, with a hungry lion in hot pursuit of a terrified zebra. As he explains, the zebra's fight-or-flight response channels essential…
Authentic Leadership
Part of the Series: Leadership: A Master Class with Daniel Goleman
Bill George is professor of management practice at Harvard Business School, and former chairman and chief executive officer of Medtronic. Goleman and George explain the authentic style of leadership - how leaders can motivate and drive performance through understanding and…
Reinventing the Way we do Business - With Jon Levin
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Program Highlights Failures of matrix management and the need for authority with responsibility. How worrying about a penny (or a million dollars) can kill a successful negotiation. Working with the unions to get GM back on track. Growth by acquisition…
That's Not What I Meant with Deborah Tannen
Deborah Tannen revolutionized our understanding of gender and communication. Debunking the misconception that communication would be transparent if we simply "said what we meant," Tannen counters by suggesting that we do say what we mean--only we say it in our…
Cross-Cultural Understanding
As our world becomes increasingly interconnected, people need to develop better diversity skills. It's up to you to provide your people the essential training to effectively understand and communicate with other cultures. The top-selling training program, the Cross Cultural Understanding…
Racial Profiling
Part of the Series: Special Issues
If there is a hotter issue in law enforcement today, we don't know about it. Making stops on the basis of the race or ethnicity of those in a car rather than on grounds of reasonable suspicion is wrong and…
The Science of Nonverbal Communication
Episode 1 of Understanding Nonverbal Communication
Learn about the popular, and often incorrectly referenced, study from the 1960s that opened the door to the modern study of nonverbal communication. Understand why nonverbal communication matters so much, and learn how it interacts with verbal communication to reemphasize…
Organizational Cultures
Key Topics Culture Group Norms Power Culture Role Culture Task Culture People Culture What's meant by the culture of an organisation? What are "group norms"? How do these invisible factors influence the way a business works? Clip #1: "Introduction: The…
3 videos
Job Interview Skills (Getting a Better Job)
8 short scenarios totalling 25 minutes of footage, including managing the introduction, being specific using STAR - providing rich behavioural evidence, having the contrary example, taking control and managing the ending. This course covers essentials such as recruitment documents, CV…
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Interpreting Nonverbal Communication
Episode 9 of Understanding Nonverbal Communication
How good are we at reading people? Can we train ourselves to be better at this skill, or is it an inherent ability? This lecture explores a number of studies that measure the ability to read facial expressions, voice and…
Creating Infectious Action - With Jennifer Aaker
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Program Highlights The nuts and bolts of using social media for viral marketing. What causes one campaign to become infectious while another fails. When "reversing the rules" can work to your advantage." An emerging trend in brand development is a…
Skills, Techniques and Strategies for Effective Negotiations - With Patrick Cleary
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Program Highlights Nine rules for getting the best deal. How espionage and empathy get you prepared. How to gain credibility--and the most common way to lose it. As a former federal mediator, Pat Cleary has been involved with just about…
Exploring Human Nature
Dr. Philip Zimbardo has spent his career in social psychology--the study of human nature and how we're influenced by others and by social rules internalized in childhood. His research shows how we tend to be completely unaware of these influences,…
Be Yourself - Elizabeth I to Her Army
Part of the Series: The Art of Public Speaking
In order to make the deepest possible connection with your audience, it's essential to talk about yourself. This lecture provides you with advice on opening up to people about yourself - your experiences, your emotions, even your weaknesses - with…