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Betty Shotton on the Principles of Liftoff Leadership

In this episode of Edgewise, Betty Shotton shares her experience as a serial entrepreneur, having founded and led six companies. She recently authored Liftoff Leadership, in which she pinpoints the key qualities and attributes necessary to kick

Beverly Kaye on Keeping Ideal People in the Workplace

With every employee who walks out the door costing the company up to 200 percent of their annual salary to replace, retention is one of the most important issues facing businesses today. Because finding the ideal person for every workplace position has become an increasingly difficult task, the rete

Bill Capodagli on Innovating the Pixar Way

With films like Toy Story and Wall-E, Pixar is the most prominent animation studio in the world. There is still a business to run and Bill Capodagli says that Pixar approaches that with the same innovation that they use on their films.

Bill Conaty on Diversifying and Developing Your Skill Sets in an Ever-Changing Workplace

Bill Conaty, former Senior VP of General Electric, sheds light on the qualities attributed to The Talent Masters , those individuals or companies who see talent development as a competitive edge and gave Bill the title for his book. In this episode of Edgewise, Bill explain

Bill George on Finding Your True North

As former President and CEO of Medtronic, now a professor at Harvard, Bill George has paved his own path to success. If you ask him what's his secret, he'll tell you its about "finding your True North" which also happens to be the title of his new book. A companion guide to his best

Bill George on Discovering Your True North

To be able to orient your worldview and move forward you need to be able to accept your past. Bill George joins us with numerous examples of leaders who have accepted their past, warts and all, and used that narrative to move forward in the world to become the global leaders they ar

Bill George on Seven Lessons for Leading in a Crisis

Bill George’s reputation as a leadership guru has expanded exponentially with each of his best-selling books on the subject. One of the top professors on leadership at Harvard Business School, he turns his attention now to the timely topic of leading in a high-pressure, economically

Bill George on Leadership Values

Bill George is Professor of Management Practice, Henry B. Arthur Fellow of Ethics, at Harvard Business School, where he is teaching leadership and leadership development. He is the author of new best-selling leadership book, "True North: Discover You

Bill Holland on Cracking the New Job Market

What do Food network star Paula Dean and waste management mogul Sidney Torres have in common? They bred their super successful brands out of hardship,  explains 

Bill Jensen on How to Hack Your Workplace

Companies are not designed to help us get our work done. Often there’s an easier way of doing our work but approval processes are slow and ideas stagnate. It’s only a select group of people, “hackers” as Bill Jensen calls them, who rise up and force change with their own ideas and w