December 31, 2014 | by Bill Kearney | People talk about intentionality often, but don’t necessarily lead with it in mind. Host Bill Kearney welcomes Mindy Hall to Financial Spectrum to discuss her new book Leading with Intention: Every moment Is a Choice.
A look at how the Goldman Sachs culture–not leverage itself–drove the financial crisis: “organizational characteristics put pressure on individual behavior. The definition of acceptable risk and the consequences of the risk-taking changed over time.”
Much of what we were taught in school about how to learn has been shown to be comparatively ineffective, so what actually works?
Make your presence your present. Says Susan Mazza, “The simplest, yet most valuable, gift you can give to the people you love is your attention.”
“Is it possible to say something about what kind of person raises the performance of an entire group or team?” ask Cass R. Sunstein and Reid Hastie in Harvard Business. “Not something impressionistic, intuitive, and anecdotal, but something that is actually based on evidence? Intriguing answers are starting to emerge, and they involve something called ‘Factor C.'”