Business Video Roundup: How to Support Employees When Reopening, Delegation Tips & More
In our latest business video roundup, experts give some quick advice for supporting employees upon reopening, the dean of Columbia Business School talks with former Honeywell International CEO David Cote about his new book Winning Now, Winning Later, and Samuel Leiter, MBA ’20 at Stanford Graduate School of Business, has some great tips on the necessary but tricky art of delegation. Plus, UpKeep CEO and founder Ryan Chan offers his best advice for the next generation of entrepreneurs and CNBC explores how labor markets could bounce back from high unemployment as states begin to reopen.
Inc.: How to Support Employees When Reopening Your Business
In this quick two-minute video from Inc., experts share their tips for how to best support your staff when reopening, including leading with thoughtfulness, compassion and clear, open communication.
Columbia Business School: Winning Now, Winning Later with David Cote
In this hour-long chat, Dean of Columbia Business School, Costis Maglaras, talks to former CEO of Honeywell International, David Cote, about his new book, Winning Now, Winning Later. They discuss Cote’s simple method for achieving short- and long-term goals in business as well as the leadership methods he used to reinvigorate Honeywell when it was merely treading water.
Stanford GSB: The Subtle Science and Exact Art of Delegation
In this 10-minute video from Stanford Graduate School of Business, Samuel Leiter, MBA ’20, outlines six keys to mastering the critical skill of delegating, and he does so with keen insight and good humor.
Forbes: Entrepreneur Ryan Chan’s Advice for the Next Generation
In this three-minute video from Forbes, UpKeep CEO and founder Ryan Chan talks business and offers up some great advice to the next generation of entrepreneurs.
CNBC: How Labor Markets Could Bounce Back from High Unemployment
As states begin to reopen, how quickly will the economy recover and how will the U.S. bring back jobs lost during the crisis? This 10-minute video from CNBC explores how labor markets could bounce back and what that might take.
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