Category: Atrendia Friday Video

Atrendia Friday Video 24 – The Power of Empathy

This TedTalk video was sent to me by my client John Heard in San Antonio, TX.  John runs an amazing organization called Heard & Smith, a law firm specializing in  Social Security Disability Law.  John is a great example of a CEO who leads by principals.  He has great clarity about how important clear, concise,…

Atrendia Friday Video 23 – A Conference Call in Real Life

In this YouTube video you’ll relive those agonizing on-line meeting moments that make you want to pull out your hair!  You’ll be jumping up and down shouting: “So true!”.  Share this with colleagues – especially those who need some help in this area. Although it’s fun to poke fun at this, virtual conference calls are…

Atrendia Friday Video 21 – Tony’s Philosophy – 3. Unlock What’s Stopping You

Love him or hate him (It’s not easy to be in the middle with Tony Robbins), this three-minute clip is one of the best of Tony Robbins’ video out-takes. He travels very quickly through some monumentally important themes, so it’s a good idea to spend another three minutes contemplating the pillars of self-understanding. Duration: 3:03…

Atrendia Friday Video 20 – John Kotter: The Heart of Change

In this Youtube video, Dr. Kotter talks about how to win over both hearts and minds in his book The Heart of Change. Within Dr Kotter’s 8 Step Process winning hearts and minds is an important part of business thinking and a way to change behavior in an organizational or a cultural change. If you…

Atrendia Friday Video 17 – The Biggest Mistake a Leader Can Make

In this Youtube video, Management thought leaders share their ideas on how leadership goes wrong. Featuring: Bill George, Evan Wittenberg, Dr. Ellen Langer, Andrew Pettigrew, Gianpiero Petriglieri, Carl Sloane, Jonathan Doochin, Scott Snook, and Daisy Wademan Dowling. Click here to enjoy the video Duration: 7:23 Find out more about our Executive Leadership Coaching Program Happy…

Atrendia Friday Video 15 – Chip Conley: Measuring what makes life worthwhile

When the dotcom bubble burst, hotelier Chip Conley went in search of a business model based on happiness. In an old friendship with an employee and in the wisdom of a Buddhist king, he learned that success comes from what you count. In this TED video, ChiChip Conley debates not the act of measuring but…