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The Insightful Leader
12 minutes | a month ago
How to Tell Compelling Stories with Data Visualizations
On this episode of The Insightful Leader, we provide a blueprint for making strong (and honest) arguments with data.
15 minutes | 2 months ago
How Can We Ramp Up Innovation?
On this episode of The Insightful Leader: what the data say about successful entrepreneurs and the types of policies that best support them.
14 minutes | 3 months ago
How to Boost Your Emotional Intelligence
Strong leadership is about more than being the smartest person in the room. On this episode of The Insightful Leader, we offer tips to become more aware of yourself and those around you.
22 minutes | 5 months ago
To Lead Through a Crisis, You Need the “Straight, Unvarnished Truth”
On this episode of The Insightful Leader: Carbon’s Ellen Kullman, former CEO of DuPont, on having the right people around to hold up a mirror.
16 minutes | 5 months ago
A 3-Step Process for Selling (Anything) Virtually
Tip: It’s not over when the Zoom call ends. Learn more on this episode of The Insightful Leader.
16 minutes | 6 months ago
Feeling Stuck? Here’s How to Move Your Career Forward
On this episode of The Insightful Leader, get practical advice for detecting your blind spots—and pushing past them.
25 minutes | 9 months ago
Dialogues: Thinking about Adopting a Contact-Tracing App for Your Company? Here’s What to Keep in Mind.
The technology can help reopen workplaces—but only if your employees trust it. On this special episode, three experts discuss how to earn that trust.
26 minutes | 9 months ago
Dialogues: How a Century-Old Family Business Is Adapting to the Pandemic
In this special episode: a conversation with the chairman and the CEO of Griffith Foods about leading with purpose during the crisis.
20 minutes | 10 months ago
Dialogues: “This Is a Time for Management Teams to Earn Their Stripes.”
In this special episode, veteran venture capitalist Woody Marshall discusses the investment landscape and the importance of leadership through the pandemic.
21 minutes | a year ago
Dialogues: Wayfair Has Seen a Spike in New Customers. Here’s How It Plans to Keep Them.
On this special episode, a conversation with the company’s chief merchandising officer about adapting for an unprecedented future.
38 minutes | a year ago
Dialogues: “I’m Looking For Systemic, Permanent Change Right Now”
Anti-Black racism is deeply embedded in corporate culture. On this special episode, Professor Nicholas Pearce and Google’s Ginny Clarke discuss the moral responsibility of leaders to finally address that.
16 minutes | a year ago
Now’s the Time to Hone Your Moral Decision-Making Skills
Dilemmas are rarely black-and-white. Here's what fictional characters can teach us about today’s real-world quandaries.
13 minutes | a year ago
You Can Lead Through a Crisis. But Can You Coach Through One?
Three ways to help your employees arrive at their own answers to difficult questions.
10 minutes | a year ago
Sure, Take That Zoom Call in Your Sweatpants. It Might Make You a Better Person.
When we stop compartmentalizing our home and work selves, we tend to act more ethically.
15 minutes | a year ago
Designing Social Impact Programs That (Really) Work
Prof. Megan Kashner describes three ways that leaders in the private sector can help solve the biggest problems facing society today.
12 minutes | a year ago
Is Management Training Worth It?
New research from Prof. Nicola Bianchi goes inside the black box of management training. What he finds could help companies get more bang for their buck.
16 minutes | a year ago
When AI Leaves the Lab
Prof. Adam Pah explains why it’s getting harder to get good data, why too much data can sabotage your algorithm, and how companies are now using AI to address customers’ pain points. (To get more tips on using AI and analytics in business, download our new ebook at kell.gg/book)
14 minutes | a year ago
The (Surprisingly Muddy) Case for Transparency
There’s a classic rule in economics that says more transparency and communication should lead to better outcomes. But research from Prof. Robert Bray suggests that there are important exceptions to this trusty rule. When does it make more sense to keep your cards close to the vest?
9 minutes | a year ago
How to Give Feedback That’s Actually Helpful
What’s the best way to offer your employees and colleagues constructive criticism? Prof. Ellen Taaffe shares tips for how to give (and receive) better feedback, and what you can do if you’re not getting any feedback at all.
14 minutes | a year ago
Do Bosses Who Trust Their Employees Deliver More Innovation?
When it comes to innovation, how much of a difference does a more trusting leader really make? And how can you determine if more trust is what your organization really needs? New research from Prof. Kieu-Trang Nguyen suggests some answers.
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