BOOKMARK THIS ARTICLE: The famous Ted Talks have always been a great resource for leaders looking to get new and exciting ideas. That’s why we’ve taken the time to find some of the newest and best ideas from the Ted Talk vault specifically for leaders and managers like you.
Dan Pink: The Puzzle of Motivation
One of our favorite subjects at the AMPT offices is the science of motivation. One of our favorite “motivation” experts is Dan Pink. Dan talks about the ways you can motivate others.
We think you’ll see REAL FAST why we love this Ted Talk.
RoselindE Torres: What it takes to be a great leader
This is considered “must-watch” TV among most leadership and HR circles. Based upon in-depth research of presidents, world leaders and more, Roselinde takes a new look at existing leadership development practices.
A leading researcher on all things “leadership” Roselinde dives into the topic of leadership development at the corporate levels of business.
Tim Harford: How Frustration Can make us more creative
Lead creatives? Looking for a new solution to an old problem? Then Tim Harford’s Ted Talk about how frustration breads creativity is just for you.
Learning how to manage frustrating situations is one of the keys to greater performance and this is something that, as a leader, you have to listen to.
Magda Sayeg: How Yarn Bombing Grew Into a Worldwide Movement
The idea of doing what you love isn’t anything new. However, after listening to Magda’s Ted Talk we guarantee you’ll see exactly why following your passions will result in more productivity, creativity and happiness.
Philip Zombardo: The Psychology of Time
We find that the number one reason leaders aren’t more engaged in the work and lives of those they lead is that they lack the time to do it. Or so they think.
Philip Zombardo has researched children and adults alike about how they manage time and specifically how their views of the “time paradox” influences their decisions or the perception of the time they have.