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Tom Peters’ Leadership Thoughts – Listening

Tom Peters‘ Leadership Thoughts – Listening

Leadership author Tom Peters says “listening” is a greatly underrated skill. This is an excellent clip used in leadership and communication classes at Thunderbird School of Global Management and Grand Canyon University

 

Leadership Lessons – Setting Priorities

Leadership Lessons – Setting Priorities

Dr. Fred Johnson is at the top of his game as a Leadership Expert. When comparing him to the greats like Steven Covey, John Maxwell and Ken Blanchard, your experience will rival nothing less than a “10″ performance. Dr. Fred engages the human element and is a catalyst in molding sustainable change. His Leadership program is time-tested and transcends industries, designed to align employees with corporate vision and values which serve as the decision-making filters throughout the organization.

 

Servant Leadership Conference – Viterbo University, 2012

Servant Leadership Conference – Viterbo University, 2012

Hosted by Tom Thibodeau and Dick Pieper at Viterbo University.
Guest speakers: Shelia Garity, Joseph Kruse and Mark Schack.

 

Do Nothing Leadership – Professor Keith Murnighan

Do Nothing Leadership – Professor Keith Murnighan

http://youtu.be/1PnlKyqMICI

Author and award winning professor at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, Professor Keith Murnighan, addresses our audience of enterprise innovators on the topic of “Do Nothing” leadership. The event was in Orlando, FL at the 2nd Annual TopCoder Innovation Summit.

 

High Rise of the Rich and Famous

High Rise of the Rich and Famous

What do Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein, actor Denzel Washington and Nascar driver Jeff Gordon have in common? An address, as Candace Jackson explains on Lunch Break.

 

Luxury Lingerie Brands Battle for $30B Market

Luxury Lingerie Brands Battle for $30B Market

High-end lingerie brands, Victoria’s Secret and Agent Provocateur, are fighting for a slice of the U.K.‘s underwear market with new stores opening in London’s classiest shopping district.

 

The World’s Coolest Tax Shelters: Luxury Ranches in Texas

The World’s Coolest Tax Shelters: Luxury Ranches in Texas

Exotic animals, luxury homes, souped-up trucks and speedboats can all qualify for tax breaks if you know the rules in Texas. We survey the territory with Jeff Soele, whose real estate company, Texas Best Ranches, specializes in the tax benefits of high-end ranch properties.

 

Millionaire Posts Billboard for Latina Girlfriend

Millionaire Posts Billboard for Latina Girlfriend

“Marc Paskin, La Jolla‘s not-so-secret millionaire whose wife Marsha died from diabetes-related issues after 28 years of marriage in 2002, is now looking for love in Barrio Logan with a billboard off Interstate 5 that reads, “All I want for Christmas is a Latina girlfriend.”

The billboard overlooks the 28th Street exit, and was first reported in Historically Speaking News on Thursday.

The unusual nine-word solicitation shows the 63-year-old’s goateed face and an email address: ChristmasLatina@aol.com.”*

Marc Paskin is a millionaire who’s having trouble finding love. So, he posted a billboard asking for a Latina girlfriend in San Diego. Isn’t there a better way to do this? Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian discuss.

 

What’s the price tag on raising a child

What’s the price tag on raising a child

 

The third oligarch

The third oligarch

Roman Abramovich will take a 7.3 per cent stake in Norilsk Nickel that could resolve the long-running battle between its two major shareholders, Interros and Rusal. Lex’s Vincent Boland and Richard Stovin-Bradford discuss whether the introduction of a third billionaire will bring an amicable conclusion to the convoluted four-year battle between Vladimir Potanin and Oleg Deripaska.