14 Jul Best Business Ted Talks
They say experience is the best teacher—and sometimes that can mean learning from the experiences of other women who are breaking barriers in business. If you want to learn from the masters, check out these TED Talks for motivation, inspiration, and wisdom.
by Roselinde Torres.
The leadership expert spells out what great leaders do to thrive and grow. Here’s a clue: it’s not what everyone else does.
by Sheryl Sandberg.
The Meta (formerly Facebook) chief operating officer describes how women sometimes undermine their own success in Corporate America.
by Susan Cain.
The author shares the value introverts bring to the workforce.
by Linda Hill.
The Harvard business professor explains why collective creativity is key to innovation, and how to nurture it.
by Susan Colantuono.
Many women’s careers have stalled. The founder of management consulting firm Leading Women shares some possible reasons why.
by Leila Hoteit.
The managing director for Boston Consulting Group passes on wisdom she’s gleaned from both her professional and cultural challenges over the years.
by Carla Harris.
Finding a sponsor is one of the keys to advancing in Corporate America. Morgan Stanley Vice Chairman Harris shares how to find one.
by Irene Mora.
For those who have wondered whether women could, in fact, have it all, this talk by fashion businesswoman Mora is a must-watch.
Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance
by Angela Lee Duckworth.
The consultant turned teacher and psychologist argues that “grit” is what separates those who achieve the most from the rest.
by Vernā Myers.
Acknowledging our biases can be uncomfortable, but the key to overcoming them is facing them, the diversity expert explains.