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Psychological safety with Amy Edmondson

On getting ahead versus making a difference: Amy Edmondson @HBS

2min
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Psychological safety with Amy Edmondson

The Paradox of Weakness and Confidence in Leadership: Amy Edmondson

2min
AI Key Takeaways
  • Showing weakness as a leader is a sign of confidence.
  • Admitting mistakes demonstrates confidence and can earn respect from others.
  • Acknowledge vulnerability as a fact and not a choice, then decide whether or not to admit it.
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Jensen Huang Founder and CEO of Nvidia

The Will to Survive: Jensen Huang @Nvidia

3min
AI Key Takeaways
  • NVIDIA is a longterm successful company because it has faced many challenges in the past and has been able to overcome them.
  • The company's resilience is due to the character of the people who work there.
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78. Three Guiding Principles for Successful Communication

Tips for Giving Constructive Feedback: Matt Abrahams

2min
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E140: How To Find Ultimate Fulfilment At Work: Marcus Buckingham

Feedback vs Reaction: Marcus Buckingham

2min
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James Quincey Chair and CEO of Coca-Cola

The Balancing Act of an Iconic Brand: James Quincey @Coca-Cola

57sec
AI Key Takeaways
  • Managers of different generations have made marketing relevant to their respective times while keeping the brand's touchstone elements of past comfort
  • The brand has successfully achieved both global and local presence
  • Generations of managers have made the brand a unique and cohesive global icon while maintaining its profound local appeal
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James Quincey Chair and CEO of Coca-Cola

Coca-Cola and AI: James Quincey @Coca-Cola

3min
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James Quincey Chair and CEO of Coca-Cola

Giving The Same Message for Everyone: James Quincey @Coca-Cola

1min
AI Key Takeaways
  • Transparency is key in a world where everything is more visible
  • Messages need to be grounded in what you believe to avoid appearing inauthentic
  • Representing something you don't believe in would be difficult
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James Quincey Chair and CEO of Coca-Cola

The Hardest Part of Being a CEO: James Quincey @Coca-Cola

1min
AI Key Takeaways
  • The most difficult part of being a CEO can only be experienced first hand
  • At the apex of the organizational pyramid, there is another pyramid that is inverted and above the CEO, consisting of thousands of people vying for their attention
  • At the top of the pyramid, the CEO must manage and address concerns from investors, media, and stakeholders who all have different opinions and requests
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James Quincey Chair and CEO of Coca-Cola

How Hard Can It Be?: James Quincey @Coca-Cola

2min
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James Quincey Chair and CEO of Coca-Cola

Find What You Love Doing BUT there is a caveat: James Quincey @Coca-Cola

1min
AI Key Takeaways
  • Finding something you love doing can lead to greater success and happiness
  • Choosing a career involves making trade-offs
  • Work-life balance is not a balance but a distribution within a person's overall life
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James Quincey Chair and CEO of Coca-Cola

Coca-Cola's stability and growth appeal: James Quincey @Coca-Cola

43sec
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