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Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action

Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action

https://www.ted.com/talks/simon_sinek_how_great_leaders_inspire_action

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Robert McKee: Master the Art of Storytelling - #232 Why you should listen – Robert McKee comes on Bulletproof Radio today to discuss how storytelling can get you a job, how big companies use storytelling, creating a meaningful brand, and how you can improve your story. Enjoy the show! Simon Sinek: Why Leaders Eat Last About this presentation In this in-depth talk, ethnographer and leadership expert Simon Sinek reveals the hidden dynamics that inspire leadership and trust. In biological terms, leaders get the first pick of food and other spoils, but at a cost. When danger is present, the group expects the leader to mitigate all threats even at the expense of their personal well-being. Understanding this deep-seated expectation is the key difference between someone who is just an “authority” versus a true “leader.”

Could It Be? Spooky Experiments That 'See' The Future : Krulwich Wonders... Later today you are going to do something, something you don't know about yet. Yet somehow, it's already happened. Somehow, it's already affected you. Huh? 50 Brands With Amazing Brand Stories: 10-1 Welcome back to the countdown of 50 Brands With Amazing Brand Stories. I’ve shared some of my favourite brand stories so far, but now we see who gets the grand prize. Today we look at 10-1, which means YES, we see who my favourite story around belongs to. Should you wish to see the previous editions, do so here: 50 – 41 l 40 – 31 l 30 – 21 l 20 – 11

Sentience - Wikipedia Philosophy and sentience[edit] In the philosophy of consciousness, sentience can refer to the ability of any entity to have subjective perceptual experiences, or as some philosophers refer to them, "qualia".[2] This is distinct from other aspects of the mind and consciousness, such as creativity, intelligence, sapience, self-awareness, and intentionality (the ability to have thoughts about something). Sentience is a minimalistic way of defining consciousness, which is otherwise commonly collectively describes sentience plus other characteristics of the mind. Shut Up and Listen (And Other Advice for First-Time Leaders) Unless you’re a solo freelancer, chances are you will eventually be thrust into a leadership position. As creatives, we must embrace this challenge and not shy away from it, as a fear of being a leader can subconsciously hold us back from advancing in our career. Being entrusted with a leadership role in your workplace requires a shift in mindset. Leaders cannot afford to compartmentalize like the worker.

Quantum Experiment Shows How “Time” Doesn’t Exist As We Think It Does (Mind-Altering) “We choose to examine a phenomenon which is impossible, absolutely impossible, to explain in any classical way, and which has in it the heart of quantum mechanics. In reality, it contains the only mystery.” Richard Feynman, a Nobel laureate of the twentieth century (Radin, Dean. Entre Leadership Podcast When it comes to talking about their companies, most small business owners don’t know where to start—until now. We’re talking with best-selling author Donald Miller about why you need to tell your company’s story and how to do it well so that you can effectively spread your message. End of story? Don’t miss this interview! Additional resources:

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Quit Advertising to Employees and Start Storytelling with Them – Bill Baker's BlogA Storied Perspective – Bill Baker's Blog Employee communications is often an area of responsibility that falls in organizational no-man’s land, wandering overlooked and under-served between the purview of Marketing Communications and Human Resources, who typically have more pressing priorities (e.g. advertising, branding, recruiting, compensation, etc.). In an ideal world, employee communications is a joint effort between these two departments, leveraging the communications expertise of the former and the workforce insight of the latter. But even when this joint effort exists around employee communications, companies do it a disservice if they approach them in the same way they do with external communications, advertising to their employees instead of conversing with them. Too much of the internal communications we see feel like overwrought ad campaigns, designed to ‘sell’ an idea to employees instead of truly engaging them in it. The concern usually driving this approach is around messaging (i.e.

The 7 characteristics of powerful visions for effective leadership ‘Visionary leadership’ is one of the phrases most bandied about these days, yet it is almost always an aspiration rather than a description. A vision of what is possible is a prerequisite to visionary leadership. That vision can come from an individual, but more often it is the product of many people. The vision that underpins visionary leadership is definitely not the ‘Vision’ that is encapsulated in a neat phrase and sits alongside the ‘Mission Statement’ and its ilk. Understanding Measurements Underfat : below the healthy body fat range. Increased risk for health problems.Healthy : within the healthy body fat percentage range for your age/gender.Overfat : above the healthy range. Increased risk for health problems.Obese : high above the healthy body fat range. Greatly increased risk of obesity-related health problems. Note: Athletes may have a lower body fat range depending on their particular sport or activity. What is body fat percentage?

Why Your Brain Loves Good Storytelling It is quiet and dark. The theater is hushed. James Bond skirts along the edge of a building as his enemy takes aim. Here in the audience, heart rates increase and palms sweat. I know this to be true because instead of enjoying the movie myself, I am measuring the brain activity of a dozen viewers. For me, excitement has a different source: I am watching an amazing neural ballet in which a story line changes the activity of people’s brains.

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