Learning to be awesome at anything you do, including being a leader | Tasha Eurich | TEDxMileHigh

Learning to be awesome at anything you do, including being a leader | Tasha Eurich | TEDxMileHigh

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Can we learn to lead, or is leadership something we’re born with? In this thought-provoking talk, Tasha Eurich shares a prescription to be not just awesome at leadership, but anything else you want to improve.

With a contagious passion and energy, Tasha Eurich pairs her scientific savvy in human behavior with a practical approach to solving business challenges. Her life’s work is to help companies succeed by making their leaders awesome. In 2013, Tasha released her first book “Bankable Leadership: Happy People, Bottom Line Results and the Power to Deliver Both.” It debuted at #8 on the New York Times best-seller list and was named a Top 10 Small Business book by Small Business Trends in 2013.

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10 replies
  1. crazygruppe
    crazygruppe says:

    Great talk! It really made me believe I can achieve some of my goals 🙂 Thanks for that

  2. videoschmo
    videoschmo says:

    Seriously how can someone like Steve get in to such a high position while being dumb as shit. Do you really need an expensive consultant to tell you to stop shouting at your team. Nobody wants to be shouted at.

  3. Roger Federer
    Roger Federer says:

    Christopher Hitchens was right when he said that women trying hard to be funny look very silly.

  4. WenSaiPanther
    WenSaiPanther says:

    I disagree. Steve was exceptional because he could apply the practice to concentrate to improve at the amount he did. Most of us are mediocre at improving ourselves. But mediocre is still better than nothing.

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