4 Essentials for Compassionate Leadership (11:00)In this video, 4 Essentials for Compassionate Leadership, you will discover how compassionate leaders care about their team's emotional and life needs and recognize that happier employees are more engaged and perform twice as well as those whose staff feel unvalued and uncared for. Compassionate leaders are perceived as strong and competent. Their employees are more loyal. Compassion (caring for others) is revealed not only through words, but actions and this improves collaboration, trust and motivation. With widespread economic hardship, worries about health, the environment and communities, we all benefit when leaders show compassion. Psychologists Peter Quarry and Eve Ash discuss four essential components that comprise humane, effective leadership
4 Paths to Resolving Conflict (10:00)This video, 4 Paths to Resolving Conflict, explores how conflict can be better understood and managed despite different personalities and multiple pressures. Conflict can blow up with staff, customers, suppliers, anyone, at any time. Developing conflict resolution skills show in this video will help reduce frictions that damage working relationships. We can learn to defuse emotion, establish common ground and win-win outcomes. Psychologists Peter Quarry and Eve Ash discuss practical strategies for understanding and resolving the conflicts, including how to mediate a conflict between two parties.
Jack Welch: Icon of Leadership (01:43:40)This program, guest-hosted by CNBC’s Stuart Varney, profiles Jack Welch, dubbed Most Admired CEO of the Century by Forbes and lauded by Fortune as “perhaps the most admired CEO of his generation.” General Electric’s former chairman and CEO shares his commonsense philosophy and the leadership initiatives that transformed GE and revolutionized the world of business.
The Leadership Assignment (23:34)Have you ever tried to define "leadership"? How about identifying the skills of a good leader? In this video, one young executive must tackle this difficult task through an assignment from his CEO.
Nurturing Leadership (34:31)Are leaders born, or made? This video shows that while certain personality traits may influence leadership abilities, there are also leadership qualities that can be learned and nurtured. Business leaders, politicians, coaches and others share their perceptions of what it takes to be a leader, relating to viewers that observing certain principles and adopting admirable behaviors can help develop leadership attributes. Integrity, honesty, dependability and the belief in an organization’s core values are showcased, along with the elements necessary to create a culture of excellence.
Workplace Leadership (13:49)Why do some people make great leaders, and are they born or made? These are just some of the questions explored in this program. Individuals in all kinds of situations and positions can provide real leadership if they have the opportunity and the desire to do so.