Business Video Roundup: The CEO Test, How Empathy Drives Success & More
In this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners, Gary Vaynerchuk talks shop with Dell CEO Michael Dell, Brian Tracy explains how to use criticism as means of reflection and growth, and The CEO Test author Adam Bryant explores some essential points from his “leadership playbook.” Plus, Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr sits down for a View from the Top talk at Stanford GSB, while Alchemy CEO Nikil Viswanathan reveals his “secret sauce” to hiring employees.
GaryVee: How Empathy and a ‘Yes’ Mentality Drives Business Success
In the video version of the latest episode of Gary Vaynerchuk’s podcast, Gary Vee sits down with Michael Dell, CEO and founder of Dell Technologies, to talk about his journey in the computer industry, how entrepreneurship has changed over time, and a few more topics covered in his new book, Play Nice But Win.
Brian Tracy: How to Use Criticism for Growth
“Once you realize that criticism is essential for growth, critiques will only lead you to greater success,” Brian Tracy says. In this video, he offers up four great tips to help you use feedback as an opportunity for personal and professional growth.
Columbia: The CEO Test – Master the Challenges That Make or Break All Leaders
In this 46-minute discussion, Adam Bryant (managing director of ExCo Group) talks about his bestselling book The CEO Test (co-authored with Kevin Sharer), delving into several essential lessons for business executives from his “leadership playbook.”
Stanford GSB: Steve Kerr, Head Coach of the Golden State Warriors
The latest View from the Top talk at Stanford Graduate School of Business is with Steve Kerr, incredibly successful coach of the Golden State Warriors. Although his experience is in basketball, his insights and advice are applicable to just about any business or even life in general. “You gotta go for it,” he says. “The best way to succeed is to not think about the failures.”
Forbes: Alchemy CEO Reveals the ‘Secret Sauce’ to Hiring
At the Forbes Under 30 Summit, Alchemy CEO Nikil Viswanathan reveals the “secret sauce” to hiring employees.
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