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Your Great Work MBA videos hosted by Michael Bungay Stanier

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Your Great Work MBA videos hosted by Michael Bungay Stanier

Your Great Work MBA videos hosted by Michael Bungay Stanier (33.mp4's, 5.mp3's, 1.html file set) 2013 presented by entheos
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What if you could do more of the work that matters - the work you care about, the work that really makes a difference - and less of all the other stuff?

Join best-selling author Michael Bungay Stanier and some extraordinary experts to focus on the 25 most essential skills you need to do more Great Work.


“So what’s next, now the book’s doing well?” she asked.

“If I had a magic wand...” I took a sip of beer to summon the courage to admit what I wanted, “I’d gather the teachers and thinkers I’d admire all together, and we’d explore, deepen and expand just what it takes to do more Great Work.” And then of course I realized that, hey, I have that wand.

So I sat down and wrote out a list of the key attributes that I think anyone needs to do more Great Work. It turns out there are 20 essential skills. Some are focused on personal mastery, some on how to successfully engage with others, and some specific leadership competencies.

I then went out and invited those teachers and leaders who I thought had the most interesting, most useful and most contemporary take on these skills. I wanted 21st Century learning. And they agreed to join me and to teach you on what they know best.

And to make this even more practical for you, at the end of each day’s teaching I arranged to sit down with a couple of senior people from various organizations - from Twitter to pwc - to debrief what we’ve learned from the day and how they might apply it to their own work.

I’ve called this conference The Great Work MBA. It’s focused to give you specific skills to lift your game, have more impact, and do more of the stuff that really matters.


What Exactly Do We Mean by Great Work? with Michael Bungay Stanier
Michael Bungay Stanier is the author of the best-seller Do More Great Work: Stop the Busywork and Start the Work that Matters. As Senior Partner of Box of Crayons, he and his team help people and organizations do less Good Work and more Great Work. The Box of Crayons faculty deliver programs around the world to organizations such as Nokia, GSK and the Farm Women of Manitoba. The various accolades he has picked up in his life - Rhodes Scholar, the first Canadian Coach of the Year - are nicely balanced out by such things as being banned from his high-school graduation for “the balloon incident”, finishing his degree being sued by a law lecturer for defamation, and somehow knocking himself unconscious while digging a hole as a laborer.

How to Make the Most of this Conference: Part 1 with Kevin Eikenberry
Kevin Eikenberry is a world renowned leadership expert, a two-time bestselling author, speaker, consultant, trainer, coach, leader, learner, husband and father (not necessarily in that order).

How to Make the Most of this Conference: Part 2 with Chris Taylor
Chris Taylor is the founder of Actionablebooks.com - a company dedicated to helping business leaders develop themselves and their teams through the application of lessons from leading business books. Through his work at Actionable Books, Chris Taylor reads, writes and speaks. A lot. To date he has published over 150 articles, speaks regularly at both public and private events across North America, and has read more business books than he cares to count.

How to Trust Yourself with Chris Brogan
Chris Brogan is the New York Times bestselling co-author of The Impact Equation. He is CEO of Human Business Works, a publishing and media company that helps you do the work you want to do, only better. Chris has consulted and spoken with companies like Google, Coca-Cola, Dell, GM, Microsoft, Pepsico, and many more. He lives in northern Massachusetts, and is 1/2 of the band D3ONE3 with Jacqueline Carly. Learn more at chrisbrogan.com

How to Embrace Your Only-ness with Nilofer Merchant
Nilofer Merchant is an author, corporate director and speaker based in Silicon Valley, California. As someone who has grown businesses, from Fortune 500s and silicon valley web start-ups, for 20 years, Nilofer is like a secret agent in knowing how to piece together exactly and only the parts that matter (frameworks, strategies, and cultural values) — to get the needed results. Somewhere along the way, people started giving her monikers like “The Jane Bond of Innovation” because of her ability to guide companies through impossible odds, and that one stuck.

How to Stay Happy with Tim "Dr. Happy" Sharp
Tim "Dr. Happy" Sharp has three degrees in psychology (including a Ph.D.) and an impressive record as an academic, clinician and coach. He set up one of Sydney’s largest clinical psychology practices (www.makingchanges.com.au), a highly regarded Executive Coaching practice (www.positiveld.com), and is the founder and CHO (Chief Happiness Officer) of The Happiness Institute, Australia’s first organization devoted solely to enhancing happiness in individuals, families and organizations.

How to Cultivate Radical Resiliency with Eileen McDargh
Eileen McDargh is founder and CEO of the consulting firm, The Resilient Spirit. She teaches organizations like Cisco, Novartis, Oracle, and Procter and Gamble ways of building resilient leadership teams and workplaces. As an author, Eileen has written five books, including The Resilient Spirit: Heart Talk for Surviving in An Upside Down World and Work for a Living and Still be Free to Live! In 2008, the Independent Book Publishers Association awarded her book, Gifts from the Mountain: Simple Truth’s for Life’s Complexities, a Benjamin Franklin Gold Award. Her 40 Tips For Speaking Up, Speaking Out, And Being Heard tip booklet for women was co-authored with Dr. Eunice Parisi-Carew.

How to be Courageous with Danielle LaPorte
Danielle LaPorte is the outspoken creator of The Desire Map, author of The Fire Starter Sessions (Random House/Crown), and co-creator of Your Big Beautiful Book Plan, and soon-to-be publisher of DANIELLE Magazine, launching in early 2014. An inspirational speaker, former think tank exec and business strategist, she writes weekly at DanielleLaPorte.com, where over a million visitors have gone for her straight-up advice — a site that’s been deemed “the best place on-line for kick-ass spirituality”, and was named one of the “Top 100 Websites for Women” by Forbes.

How to Fascinate with Sally Hogshead
Sally is a hall of Fame speaker, international author, and the world’s leading expert on fascination. While studying at Duke University, Sally lived with an African tribe inside a goat dung hut. After graduation, she began a career in advertising, and in her early 20s, won more awards than any other writer in the U.S. At age 27, she founded her first ad agency, and next, was Creative Director/Managing director of illustrious agency CP+B. Clients included Nike, Coca-Cola, Godiva, AFLAC - and MINI Cooper. She believes when you fascinate a customer or employee, you immediately engage their interest. They’re more likely to remember you, trust you, respect you, and buy from you. But if you fail to fascinate, they’ll move on to the next option.

How to Know Your Role with Les McKeown
Les McKeown is the president and CEO of Predictable Success. In this role, he advises CEOs and senior leaders of organizations on how to achieve scalable, sustainable growth and speaks to Fortune 500 companies about his breakthrough strategies. Prior to founding Predictable Success, Les established himself as a serial founder/owner in the global business spectrum, starting more than 40 companies, in addition to being the founding partner of an incubation consulting company that advised on the creation and growth of hundreds more organizations worldwide. It is through this experience that he aids businesses in different size and scope as an in-demand speaker, sought-after advisor and bestselling author.

How to Stay True with Brenda Chapman
Brenda has a unique and broad experience as a storyteller from American film industry - as director, story supervisor, and scriptwriter. She was the first woman to direct a feature film for one of the big studios, Dreamworks' THE PRINCE OF EGYPT and was head of story on Disney's LION KING. Brenda recently received an Academy Award and a BAFTA for Best Feature Animated Film, as well as a Golden Globe Award for BRAVE, a Disney/Pixar film which she wrote and directed. She is now consulting on a project for LucasFilm and developing a project for DreamWorks Animation.

How to do UnMarketing with Scott Stratten
Scott Stratten is the President of Un-Marketing. He is an expert in Viral, Social, and Authentic Marketing which he calls Un-Marketing. It’s all about positioning yourself as a trusted expert in front of your target market, so when they have the need, they choose you. He now has over 150,000 people follow his daily rantings on Twitter and was named one of the top 5 social media influencers in the world on Forbes.com. His book, UnMarketing: Stop Marketing. Start Engaging, became a national bestseller before it was released. His new book entitled The Book Of Business Awesome: How Engaging Your Customers And Employees Can Make Your Business Thrive is also a bestseller, breaking the rules of how companies are truly marketed and grown through the current online/offline world.

How to Persuade with Mark Bowden
Mark is the creator of TRUTHPLANE™, a communication training company and unique methodology for anyone who has to communicate to an audience with impact. His communication techniques, in which he trains individuals and groups worldwide, are used by top executives and political leaders around the globe who want to gain an advantage beyond words when they speak. Over his 20 years of experience, he has garnered a reputation for being one of the world’s expert performance trainers, and he is highly sought after for his business presentation skills at such universities as international top 10 business school Schulich at York University, Rotman School of Business in Toronto and McGill in Montreal. His corporate client list of leading businesspeople, teams, and politicians currently includes presidents and CEOs of Fortune 500 companies and current Prime Ministers of G8 powers.

How to Find Your Roots with Pam Slim
Pamela Slim is a seasoned coach and writer who helps frustrated employees in corporate jobs break out and start their own businesses. Her blog, Escape from Cubicle Nation, is one of the top career and marketing blogs on the web. A former corporate manager and entrepreneur herself for more than a decade, she deeply understands the questions and concerns faced by first-time entrepreneurs. Her expertise in personal and business change was developed through many years consulting inside corporations such as Cisco Systems, Hewlett-Packard and Charles Schwab, where she coached thousands of executives, managers and employees.

How to Create a Movement with James Slezak
James is managing partner of New Economy Lab, working with leading global organizations on social innovation and strategy. He was a founding executive and partner at Purpose.com and co-founder of sharing economy movement Peers.org. Prior to that he was project leader at McKinsey and Company where he led projects on sustainability, technology and economic development, including developing green stimulus plans for the Australian Prime Minister and former US Vice President Al Gore, global expansion for a major anti-poverty group in Washington DC, and leading the Russian national carbon efficiency project in Moscow. He is an affiliate at Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet and Society.

How to Engage Key Supporters with Scott Harrison
Scott Harrison is founder and CEO of charity: water, a non-profit organization bringing clean, safe drinking water to people in developing nations. In seven years, with the help of more than 400,000 donors worldwide, charity: water has raised over $100 million and funded over 8,000 water projects in 20 countries. When completed, those projects will provide over three million people with clean, safe drinking water. Scott was recently recognized in Fortune Magazine’s 40 under 40 list, the Forbes Magazine Impact 30 list and was recently #10 in Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business Issue. He is currently a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader.

How to Share a Vision with Joan Garry
For nearly a decade, Joan Garry served as the Executive Director of GLAAD, one of the largest gay rights organizations in the country, where she launched several successful media campaigns. She later acted as the co-chair of Barack Obama’s LGBT Finance Committee during his 2008 presidential campaign. Joan now works with nonprofit leaders, assisting with crisis management, executive coaching and the building of strong management teams to support the work of the CEO. She also teaches nonprofit media strategy as a professor at the Annenberg School for Communications at the University of Pennsylvania, and is a blogger for The Huffington Post.

How to Turn Purpose into Practice with Jeff Klein
As CEO of Working for Good, Jeff Klein activates, produces and facilitates mission-based, Stakeholder Engagement Marketingâ„¢ campaigns and Conscious Culture development programs. Jeff is a trustee and member of the executive committee of Conscious Capitalism, Inc. and producer of Conscious Capitalism events. He authored the award-winning book, Working for Good: Making a Difference While Making a Living, and the newly released book It's Just Good Business: The Emergence of Conscious Capitalism and the Practice of Working for Good.

How to Stay Strategic with Roger Martin
Roger Martin is the Dean of the Rotman School of Management and an advisor on strategy to the CEO’s of several major global corporations. He writes extensively on design and is a regular contributor to Washington Post’s On Leadership blog and to Financial Times’ Judgment Call column. He has published numerous books, including: Fixing the Game, Bubbles, Crashes, and What Capitalism Can Learn From the NFL, The Design of Business: Why Design Thinking is the Next Competitive Advantage, The Opposable Mind: How Successful Leaders Win Through Integrative Thinking, The Responsibility Virus: How Control Freaks, Shrinking Violets-and The Rest Of Us-Can Harness The Power Of True Partnership, and co wrote The Future of the MBA: Designing the Thinker of the Future, and Dia-Minds with Mihnea Moldoveanu.

How to Create Clarity with John Jantsch
John Jantsch is a marketing consultant, speaker and author of Duct Tape Marketing, The Commitment Engine and The Referral Engine. After working with small business owners for over 15 years and growing increasingly frustrated with the lack of a systematic approach to small business marketing, Jantsch decided he could make his mark on the small business world by creating the perfect small business marketing system. He has made it his mission to bring the simple, effective and affordable Duct Tape Marketing approach to the millions of struggling small business owners all over the world through workshops, the Duct Tape Marketing small business marketing system and the Duct Tape Marketing Consultant Network. His Duct Tape Marketing Blog was chosen as a Forbes favorite for small business and marketing and his podcast was called a "must listen" by Fast Company.

How to Sell Your Ideas with Jill Konrath
Jill Konrath’s career is defined by her relentless search for fresh sales strategies that actually work in today’s business environment. She’s an author and a popular speaker who helps sellers crack into new accounts, speed up sales cycles and win more business. When Jill recognized that the crazy-busy work environment was wreaking havoc with sellers, she immersed herself in the issue till she discovered new strategies that worked. The result? SNAP Selling, her highly acclaimed new book that jumped to #1 on Amazon within hours of its release — and continues to be a top seller. Jill’s initial book, Selling to Big Companies, addressed a major sales problem that continues today-how to set up meetings with prospects who’d rather avoid salespeople all together.

How to be Digital with Mitch Joel
Mitch Joel is President of Twist Image - one of the largest independent Digital Marketing agencies in North America. Back in 2006 he was named one of the most influential authorities on blog marketing in the world. He has been called a marketing and communications visionary, interactive expert and community leader. He is also a blogger, podcaster, passionate entrepreneur and speaker who connects with people worldwide by sharing his marketing and innovation insights on the state of business. Marketing Magazine dubbed him the "Rock Star of Digital Marketing" and called him, "one of North America's leading digital visionaries."

How to Lead Innovation with Beth Comstock
In 2003, Beth Comstock was named GE’s first Chief Marketing officer in more than 20 years. Previously, she held a succession of roles at GE, NBC, CBS and Turner Broadcasting. Beth is a member of Nike’s Board of Directors and Trustee president of the Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum. She graduated from the College of William and Mary with a degree in biology.

How to Learn Fast with Josh Kaufman
Josh Kaufman is the author of two international bestsellers: The Personal MBA: Master the Art of Business and The First 20 Hours: How to Learn Anything… Fast!. Josh specializes in teaching professionals in all industries and disciplines how to master practical knowledge and skills, and helps people make more money, get more done, and have more fun.

How to Fail Fast with Peter Sims
Peter Sims is an entrepreneur, social entrepreneur and award-winning author. He is founder of The BLK SHP Enterprises, Inc. ? a benefit corporation based in Northern California. BLK SHP comprises innovation services, creative labs, a foundation and an informal guild of thinkers who collectively share a passion for social innovation. His latest book is Little Bets: How Breakthrough Ideas Emerge from Small Discoveries, which grew out of a five-year collaboration with faculty at Stanford’s Institute of Design (the d.school).? He was also the co-author of the bestseller True North: Discover Your Authentic Leadership.

How to Hack the System with Bill Jensen
Bill Jensen’s mission is to make it easier for people to get stuff done. He is the President/CEO of the Jensen Group, a change consulting firm he founded in 1985. An internationally acclaimed bestselling author and speaker, he is known for extremely useful content, and his passion for working smarter, not harder. Bill is a passionate simpleton and an outspoken gadfly against corporate stupidity that wastes people’s time, attention and dreams. He lives in Morristown, New Jersey, and travels the world as an inspiring speaker and practical workshop instructor.

How to Stay Mindful with Eric Klein
Along with being a spiritual teacher, for the past two decades, Eric has been a leading voice in the movement to bring greater spirit, meaning, and authenticity to the workplace through his company Dharma Consulting. He’s worked with over 20,000 leaders from a wide variety of settings: Fortune 500 companies, healthcare, governmental and non-profit organizations, as well as mid-size companies. Eric is the author of the best selling book Awakening Corporate Soul: Four Paths to Unleash the Power of People at Work (over 250,000 copies sold) and To Do or Not To Do: How Successful Leaders Make Better Decisions based on research and experiences with more than 200 companies. His most recent book is You are the Leader You’ve Been Waiting For.

How to Put Courage Before Comfort with Brené Brown
Brené Brown, Ph.D., LMSW is a research professor at the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work. She has spent the past decade studying vulnerability, courage, worthiness, and shame. Her 2010 TEDx Houston talk on the power of vulnerability is one of the most watched talks on TED.com, with over 10 million views. Brené is the author of the #1 New York Times Bestseller Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead. She is also the author of the New York Times Bestseller The Gifts of Imperfection, and I Thought It Was Just Me.

About your host Michael Bungay Stanier
Michael Bungay Stanier is the author of the best-seller Do More Great Work: Stop the Busywork and Start the Work that Matters. As Senior Partner of Box of Crayons, he and his team help people and organizations do less Good Work and more Great Work. The Box of Crayons faculty deliver programs around the world to organizations such as Nokia, GSK and the Farm Women of Manitoba. The various accolades he has picked up in his life - Rhodes Scholar, the first Canadian Coach of the Year - are nicely balanced out by such things as being banned from his high-school graduation for “the balloon incident”, finishing his degree being sued by a law lecturer for defamation, and somehow knocking himself unconscious while digging a hole as a laborer.

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