A pleasure to be interviewed by Steve Gordon, Founder of the Unstoppable CEO, on his widely followed podcast.
Great discussion where we talked about.…
- Why nice guys or gals don’t have to finish last – if they do this…
- The reason simply working hard is never enough
- The “North Star” you need to keep you on track in the toughest times
- 4+ primary habits of the most successful people
- And more…
Download and listen to the full podcast HERE.
Working hard and not getting ahead? Seeing “less competent” peers get promoted faster than you?
Following the feel-good leadership advice not only isn’t helpful – it’s actually damaging.
Hear why you should re-think the “Kumbaya School”: [3 minute video HERE]
China now has the money, an educated and ambitious workforce, a can-do spirit, impressive companies, and a dogged spirit to achieve that will carry it far. Next time someone tells you China doesn’t innovate, suggest that they to take a closer look.
Read my full article, published today in Forbes: HERE.
A Must-read from Prof. Jeffrey Pfeffer on why we should be studying “Old Power.”
His post HERE.
If you are interested in Leadership or the world-renowned STANFORD Exec Ed LEAD Certificate, join us for a free 2-week Course preview.
I coach in the Stanford Exec Ed LEAD Program and will facilitate the Leading Effective Teams Preview with Professor Brian Lowery, which will be part of the newly launched year-long PERSONAL LEADERSHIP CERTIFICATE.
The preview kicks off with a Live Session, Thurs March 29 @9-10 AM Pacific. To join and for more info: https://stanfordlead.novoed.com/leadpreview-teams
I spoke to the founding team – western and Chinese – that set up United Family Hospitals, China’s leading premium private healthcare network.
Here’s what they said about their keys to success – and why the hospital remains as relevant as ever 20 years later.
Published in China Currents, a Journal of the China Research Center.
Click HERE for the full article.
I am overseeing a full-day executive briefing on China for the IE Business School’s award winning Global Executive program (GXMBA) tomorrow, Wed, Dec. 13 in Madrid…
Agenda and speaker bios HERE.
For those interested in attending, please contact me.
I just finished facilitating the Design Thinking Preview for Stanford Exec Education.
If you missed the final Live Session (Intro to Design Thinking), you can watch the recording HERE.
My coaching and the session covered topics including: How to Ask Better Questions, Crafting a strong POV (Point of View), What to look for in your User’s Journey…
Great to collaborate with Stanford LEAD and Prof Zenios once again.
All Business? NOT.
An ode to the Liberal Arts: My video dedication HERE.
It’s one of the things I really enjoy teaching at IE Business School and makes the program unique and innovative: It’s consideration of the Humanities.
Oh, and the book? Great fun for your kids – and you. Many people don’t know he wrote it.
In 1994, I started my career setting up an ambitious, western-standard hospital in Beijing. In 1997 we opened that hospital – and now 20 years later had the privilege of speaking with Roberta Lipson, my former boss and CEO of United Family Healthcare, to discuss her reflections on being a healthcare pioneer in China.
“I knew at the time there was a very meaningful opportunity to model a new approach to healthcare for China…” [click here to read more here, article published by the China Research Center]