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Mar
8
Mon
Building Unities Through the Power of Persuasion
Mar 8 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am
Building Unities Through the Power of Persuasion

Dr. Robert B. Cialdini

Robert B. Cialdini is Regents’ Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Marketing at Arizona State University. He is the three-time New York Times bestselling author of Influence and Pre-suasion, with over 5,000, 000 books sold in 44 different languages. As a keynote speaker for organizations worldwide, Dr. Cialdini translates the science of persuasion into valuable, ethical, and practical actions.

Dr. Robert Cialdini will introduce the Principles of Persuasion that have been the essence of his highly successful books, have been tried and tested over decades, and are proven to work many times over by both research and experience. Following this introduction, Dr. Cialdini will provide a deeper dive into the seventh Persuasion Principle – Unity. At the end of the presentation, there will be room for questions from the audience.

For many more background details and recommendations on how to apply the valuable lessons presented in the session, it is worth pre-ordering the new, expanded edition of Influence.

You will find the link to the session HERE

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Leading During Uncertain Times
Mar 8 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Leading During Uncertain Times

Stanford GSB Professor Hayagreeva Rao

Hayagreeva Rao is the Atholl McBean Professor of Organizational Behavior and Human Resources at Stanford Graduate School of Business. Professor Rao studies collective action within organizations and in markets. His research and by implication, his teaching, revolves around scaling up mobilization, innovation, and talent in organizations. In LEAD, Professor Rao teaches the elective course Mobilizing for Successful Change: A Toolkit.

In this session, Professor Rao will discuss the challenge posed by the pandemic and the resultant changes in the nature of the psychological contract between boss and subordinate. We will end the session with an evidence-based tool to help establish this psychological contract.

You will find the link to the session HERE

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Mar
9
Tue
Discovering Precision Health: Predict, Prevent, and Cure to Advance Health and Well-Being
Mar 9 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Discovering Precision Health: Predict, Prevent, and Cure to Advance Health and Well-Being

Lloyd B. Minor, MD

Discovering Precision Health: Predict, Prevent, and Cure to Advance Health and Well-Being

Lloyd B. Minor, MD, is a scientist, surgeon, and academic leader. He is the Dean of the Stanford University School of Medicine, a position he has held since December 1, 2012. He is also a professor of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery and a professor of Bioengineering and of Neurobiology, by courtesy, at Stanford University. In January 2020, Dr. Minor, with Matthew Rees, published the book Discovering Precision Health: Predict, Prevent, and Cure to Advance Health and Well-Being.

Fundamental to realizing better health, and a more effective health care system, is advancing the disruptive thinking that has spawned innovation in Silicon Valley and throughout the world. That’s exactly what Stanford Medicine has done by proposing a new vision for health and health care: Precision Health. With examples of pioneering work at Stanford Medicine and case studies from business, Lloyd Minor, MD, dean of the Stanford School of Medicine, presents a dynamic vision for the future. In light of the pandemic, he’ll highlight the importance of equity, the interconnected nature of global health, and the substantial role health systems and businesses have in spurring innovation.

You will find the link to the session HERE

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Show your Ink
Mar 9 @ 11:00 am – 11:30 am
Show your Ink

Dr. Todd Dewett

Dr. Todd Dewett is a best-selling leadership author, educator, and coach. After beginning his career with Andersen Consulting and Ernst & Young, he completed his PhD in Organizational Behavior at Texas A&M University and enjoyed a career as an award-winning professor. Today, he speaks, writes, coaches, and has created an educational library of courses enjoyed by millions of professionals in nearly every country in the world. Visit him online at http://www.drdewett.com.

Show Your Ink is a colorful take on the importance of authenticity at work and in life. At its core, authenticity is about being “more.” More real. More honest. More credible. Above all, more human. Get ready for an emotional ride as you learn to embrace the relationship levers that drive you and the team to higher new levels of productivity and success. Using practical strategies backed by science, and stories as his medium, Dr. Dewett will light a fire and build your passion to grow.

You will find the link to the session HERE

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Mar
10
Wed
Connect: Building Exceptional Relationships
Mar 10 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Connect: Building Exceptional Relationships

Carole Robin & David Bradford

Carole Robin Ph.D. was the Dorothy J. King Lecturer in Leadership, Director of the Arbuckle Leadership Fellows Program and longtime teacher in Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business legendary Interpersonal Dynamics (aka Touchy Feely) course.  She was known as the Queen of Touchy Feely and received the MBA Distinguished Teaching Award. When she retired in 2017, a scholarship was established in her name. Subsequently, she co-founded Leaders in Tech a nonprofit which brings two decades of lessons to Silicon Valley startups.

David Bradford, Ph.D. is the Eugene O’Kelly II Senior Lecturer Emeritus in Leadership at Stanford Graduate School of Business where he taught for over 50 years. He was the primary architect for the legendary “Touchy-Feely” course (aka Interpersonal Dynamics) which is one of the School’s flagship offerings. He introduced leadership to the GSB curriculum at the MBA and executive level by developing multiple courses and mentoring colleagues for nearly four decades.

David and Carole will provide us with an overview of what thousands of Stanford GSB alumni have learned in “Touchy Feely” over decades and are now in their book Connect as well as answer questions/ provide tips on how to best apply the book’s valuable lessons. We encourage people to buy and read the book prior to the session so as to get the very most out of it! 

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Corporate Social Responsibility During a Crisis
Mar 10 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Corporate Social Responsibility During a Crisis

Stanford GSB Professor Ken Shotts

Ken Shotts is the David S. and Ann M. Barlow Professor of Political Economy at Stanford Graduate School of Business, and Professor of Political Sciences at Stanford’s School of Humanities and Sciences. Professor Shotts uses game theory to analyze how elections and political institutions influence policy choices made by government officials. He has published papers on electoral accountability, presidential leadership, racial redistricting, term limits, policy entrepreneurship, and the politics of regulatory enforcement. In LEAD, Professor Shotts teaches as part of the faculty team for the foundation course Principled and Purposeful Leadership.

What is the role of business in society? Should companies solely be concerned with maximizing profits for shareholders or do they have responsibilities to other stakeholders? How should a firm think about the relationship between its core business strategy and its corporate social responsibility efforts?

These are perennial questions that companies grapple with, and in the context of emergencies like the COVID-19 pandemic they come into especially sharp relief. Governments and NGOs are often unable to move quickly in response to a crisis, so companies are often expected to take action. What companies do, or fail to do, reflects their core values and can powerfully shape how they are seen as being either heroes or villains.

You will find the link to the session HERE

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