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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…
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…
Power: How to Get It, Use It, and Keep It - by Jeffrey Pfeffer
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Program Highlights: Hierarchies are inevitable, so learn the rules of the game. Qualities that create power--and why intelligence is not one of them. How we limit ourselves when it comes to acquiring power. Getting a job, having control over your…
Strategy by Design - How Design Thinking Builds Opportunities by Tim Brown
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Successful innovations must be desirable to consumers, technically feasible, and viable from a business point of view. But how do you meet these requirements? Tim Brown advocates using the three stages of "design thinking": inspiration, ideation, and implementation. For inspiration,…
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…
The Stanford Video Guide to Negotiating
This true-to-life drama teaches specific skills that can give you the upper hand in any negotiation, while at the same time maintaining a positive working relationship with the other parties. Learn: About bidding strategies, and the hidden meanings behind bids…
Creative Confidence - How to Drive Innovation in Yourself and Others by David Kelley
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Program Highlights The false premise of the "creatives" vs. the "non-creatives." How a bias to action rather than a reflex for planning speeds successes. How to achieve a structure that makes the creative process sustainable. David Kelley's human-centered "design thinking"…
Decision Analysis - Why Don't We Naturally Make Good Decisions? By Ron Howard
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Decision making cuts across all human activities. Yet we rarely study--much less apply--the fundamental thinking processes that should be undertaken before we make important decisions. Most of us can't stop our emotions from having more sway than rational deliberation. Dr.…
Built to Change - How to Achieve Sustained Organisational Effectiveness by Edward Lawler & Christopher Worley
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Most organisations are built for stability, not for change. But in today's competitive environment, you must be ready to change--and change frequently. Lawler and Worley explain how to increase your "surface area" with the outside world, drive leadership to lower…
Change Management and Strategic Planning - With Roberta Katz
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Change inevitably generates resistance. Even the best strategic plans will fail if this resistance is not met and overcome. The challenge is to create a wave of change by gaining commitment from your employees as well as the other stakeholders…
Strategic Decision Making - With David Demarest
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Program Highlights Context matters: a Twitter event's spectacular failure. How the seeds of failure or success are sown at the start. Why it's the strategist in the room who says, "We need to take a step back." Strategic decision-making is…
Creativity - The Pixar Process
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Program Highlights What you do when the baby is ugly, and why early versions of the best films actually tend to "suck." Why your goal is not to avoid errors, but to remain in the dynamic middle of the "dumb…
Executing Your Strategy - How to Break It Down and Get It Done by Raymond Levitt
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
In a business environment of fastmoving markets, global supply chains, and dynamic technologies, executing strategy is becoming increasingly dif cult. How do you aim for a target that is constantly shifting--while standing on a platform that is constantly destabilized? Professor…
Acting with Power - With Deborah Gruenfeld
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Working well with others is critical to professional success, yet many people struggle with "authority issues" that can block their progress. Professor Gruenfeld combines research on the psychology of power with the acting skills of the theater to illustrate how…
Workplace Ethics
Answer the question "Why be ethical?" and teach all employees, including managers and supervisors, an ethical decision-making process that protects your organization and makes it a better place to work. Ethics matter. It's not just the big scandals you see…
How Great Companies Achieve Extraordinary Results - With Ordinary People by Charles O'Reilly III
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
How can corporations get the most out of their employees? Charles O'Reilly challenges the prevailing wisdom that companies must chase and acquire top talent in order to remain successful. He argues that companies need to abandon the obsession with hiring…
Negotiation - Myths, Misperceptions and Damned Lies by Margaret Neale
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Program Highlights What is your biggest source of power in any negotiation? How to redraw the boundaries of a negotiation in your favour? How focusing on the upside improves your deal. It's better to receive the first offer than to…
Emotion vs. Analytics - Decision Making and the Biased Brain by Baba Shiv
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Is it best to be emotionless and analytical in decision making? When our goal is to be decisive, the answer is a resounding No. Instead, harnessing the power of emotions is critical. Studies of the neural underpinnings of decision making…
How to Think Like a Start-Up Leader
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Program Highlights Why companies need different policies and procedures designed for innovation How to implement Customer Development and other "lean" practices Companies looking to be innovative face a conundrum: policies and procedures designed to make them efficient oftentimes stifle innovation.…