Business Video Roundup: Leadership Insights, What’s Next for the U.S. Economy & More

Posted on 26.June.2020 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

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In this week’s business video roundup, Patrick Bet-David discusses how IBM founder Thomas J. Watson built a $200 billion empire, Forbes Unfiltered talks to Cherry Blossom Intimates CEO Jasmine Jones about the benefits of leading “beside” her employees, and Inc. managing editor Lindsay Blakely has a thoughtful yet lively conversation with Simon Sinek about leading through times of crisis. Plus, CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze talks to economist Jim O’Neill (the former chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management) about what’s next for the U.S. economy. His insights and predictions may surprise you.

Patrick Bet-David: How IBM Founder Thomas J. Watson Built a $200 Billion Empire

In this six-minute video, Patrick Bet-David reveals how IBM founder Thomas J. Watson built such a strong foundation for his company, reinforcing the importance of authenticity even in business.

Forbes: Entrepreneur Jasmine Jones on Leading Beside Her Employees

In this short video, Cherry Blossom Intimates CEO and co-founder Jasmine Jones talks to Forbes Unfiltered about her leadership style, which involves working alongside her employees and always being available to them.

Simon Sinek: How Leaders Inspire Even in a Time of Crisis

Inc. managing editor Lindsay Blakely has an hour-long conversation with entrepreneur and bestselling author Simon Sinek, who shares his thoughts about how to develop an “infinite mindset” and the best strategies to lead your team through times of crisis.

CNBC: What’s Next for the U.S. Economy

In this 12-minute video, CNBC multimedia reporter Elizabeth Schulze speaks with economist Jim O’Neill about what’s next for the U.S. economy. The former chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management suggests that now is the time to address such issues as the quality of employment and income inequality. In the future, he says, the most successful companies will be the ones that don’t just focus on maximizing profits—instead, it will be the ones that also tackle environmental and social issues as well.

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