Business Video Roundup: Leadership Principles, Making More Sales & Office Redesign
In this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners, Gary Vaynerchuk and others discuss how to make more sales without ever doing a cold call again, former Best Buy chairman and CEO Hubert Joly talks about leadership principles for the next era of capitalism, and newly appointed TIAA president and CEO Thasunda Brown Duckett gives a lot of terrific advice in a View from the Top talk at Stanford Graduate of Business. Plus, CNBC pays a visit to a company in the midst of a post-pandemic office redesign, while Moody’s Analytics chief economist Mark Zandi gives his thoughts on the U.S. getting back to business.
GaryVee: How to Make More Sales Without Ever Doing a Single Cold Call Again
From a virtual real estate conference, Gary Vaynerchuk, Tyler Auerbacher, and Tom Ferry talk about branding, marketing, and promotional avenues like Facebook Groups and Clubhouse as big opportunities for marketing innovation in 2021. Although this discussion pertains to real estate, the insights, ideas, and advice can be applied to businesses in many industries.
The Heart of Business: Leadership Principles for the Next Era of Capitalism
Kristin Peck, CEO of Zoetis, chats with the former chairman and CEO of Best Buy, Hubert Joly, about his book The Heart of Business: Leadership Principles for the Next Era of Capitalism. They discuss how having a clear purpose and putting people first is essential to their personal leadership philosophies, hopefully leading to a more sustainable era of capitalism.
Stanford GSB: Thasunda Duckett, President and CEO, TIAA
This View from the Top conversation checks in with Thasunda Brown Duckett not long after she was appointed as president and CEO of TIAA. Previously recognized as one of the most powerful women in banking, Duckett talks about financial equity, leadership, and the importance of understanding and kindness in moving forward.
CNBC: How This Tech Company Redesigned Its Office to Lure Workers Back
San Mateo-based software analytics company Snowflake has been in the midst of an office redesign to make employees more comfortable as they return to work. Some of the goals include reducing contact points and making work areas more spread out and easier to clean.
CNBC: When Will the U.S. Get Back to Business? Mark Zandi Answers
Moody’s Analytics chief economist Mark Zandi gives his thoughts about the U.S. getting back to work, predicting that the country will return to full employment by 2023. He also offers other opinions on business owners and leaders to consider as we move forward post-pandemic.
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