7 Ted Talks Every Leader Should Watch

Do your business growing up so fast lately? Have difficulty for Leadership and managing people?

Leading people is similar with leading for personal, family, and any other group.

You must do it on regular basis.

1. Leading by example. It’s not only give an order, but you must show how to practice and execute it.

2. Do it everyday, no mater what happen, be a part of your life, become your life culture.

3. Always listen and learn.

I show an example on personal life.

You have a young children, under 5 years old. How to tell him/her to do on good way? We as a parent, must live with good example, then they will follow up. Listen what they want, understand the basic needs, and learn from mistakes.

I give you an article for your reference.

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When I started my first company at the age of 25, I did not consider myself a leader. I was just a guy who needed to serve my clients. But soon I was hiring people and had to figure out on my own how to be a good boss and business person. That was 25 years ago, before Ted and the Internet made expert learning fast and accessible.

Today, the most amazing experts are available in powerful short bursts that will be sure to increase your leadership capabilities quickly. Each of these talks gives you a different–but important–perspective on leadership with immediate actions you can use today. Just tune in and be inspired by these 7 short and amazing talks.

1. Everyday Leadership-Drew Dudley

Do you understand the daily impact of your actions on those around you? Dudley’s short story of his “lollipop moment” will help you put leadership in the proper perspective. He’ll help you become aware of the little moments that define leaders in big ways.

2. How to Start a Movement-Derek Sivers

In this 3-minute talk, Sivers demystifies how one person can inspire a crowd of followers. Ironically, the instigator is rarely the driver of the movement. Watch and learn the key factor that really getting things moving.

3. Learning from Leadership’s Missing Manual-Fields Wicker-Miurin

Wicker-Miurin eloquently shares the stories of 3 seemingly ordinary people who are now unexpectedly changing the world in big ways. The lessons from their improbable rise will inspire you to think of your own leadership value in terms of the legacy you’ll leave upon your community.

4. What It Takes to Be a Great Leader-Roselinde Torres

Torres quickly points out the failings of 20th century institutional leadership training programs still dominant today. Instead she provides the three most important questions each person must ask if they want to be a forward thinking leader in the 21st century.

5. Why It’s Time to Forget the Pecking Order at Work-Margaret Heffernan

Heffernan quickly dispels myths about who are the best leaders and the role that leaders take in successful teams. She shares the single most important act that will insure every team’s success. She’ll teach you how to build “social capital” and spend it wisely.

6. Listen, Learn… then Lead-Stanley McChrystalIf there is one thing 4-star General McChrystal understands about leadership it’s how to manage change. He has dealt with changes in warfare, technology, and even military culture. Yet, he still managed to rise to top of the ranks and keep our troops safe and effective. Learn from the former commander about how to stay agile among the rigid and the unexpected.

7. Lead Like the Great Conductors-Italy Talgam

Through videos of top conductors like Riccardo Muti and Leonard Bernstein, Talgam visually and musically illustrates the power and the subtlety of leadership and control. This fascinating video will show you how even the smallest expression can have the biggest impact. Even more, you’ll learn the best leadership happens when the leader hardly leads at all.

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