Giver or Taker? 4 Lessons from Soaps & 4 Tips on keeping companies Beautiful…

We all learn differently, some visually, some auditory, others through writing and reading, whilst others through Kinaesthetic (hands-on) experience…this isn’t a definitive list by any means, but you get my drift…

Me? I am a great fan of visual and auditory learning and watch a lot of videos on YouTube; by way of a change, I have selected three of my favourite personal awareness and improvement talks from the superb TED Talks series.

Each presentation is about 12 – 15 minutes in length and is jam packed with life-changing perspectives; pull up a stool and be intellectually challenged from multiple perspectives…

Are You A Giver Or A Taker?

Adam Grant explores some interesting dimensions of people in organisations; Are you a Giver? a Taker? Or a ‘Matcher’? A great insight into team dynamics and why some teams work and others don’t!

(https://www.ted.com/talks/adam_grant_are_you_a_giver_or_a_taker)

4 larger-than-life lessons from soap operas

Kate Adams investigates what we can learn from soap operas – Surrender is not an option etc. you get the message!

(https://www.ted.com/talks/kate_adams_4_larger_than_life_lessons_from_soap_operas)

4 ways to build a human company in the age of machines

Tim Leberecht takes an interesting look at human interaction and dynamics in organisations. This one gets a little deep towards the end, but I found the content quite a challenge to some of my preconceived perceptions…

(https://www.ted.com/talks/tim_leberecht_4_ways_to_build_a_human_company_in_the_age_of_machines)

I hope you found this little blog of interest. If you would like any help then please drop me an email ns@leadersp.co.uk or give me a call on 07575 352 353.

Nigel stone has, over the last fifteen years, started, led, consulted and nurtured both the UK and European businesses to achieve quite outstanding results.

Please feel free to drop me an email at ns@leadersp.co.uk

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*Any images used in this article are the property of the owners – Pixabay.com , Ted.com and those

 

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