Featured Video: Two Vital Questions

Are You a 10?

Like the Statue of Liberty, do you stand for something significant and meaningful in your field? Are you a leadership magnet, able to attract and engage the best talent?

2 Vital Questions

Leaders, like great artisans, must know their material and their process. Through the ancient craft of pottery, we’ll examine two vital questions every leader must answer for him or herself.

TouchPoints

A TouchPoint occurs anytime two or more people get together to get something done. The leader in a TouchPoint is not necessarily the person with the most power, it’s the one who behaves like one.

Mette's Story

I was born in a village of 900, just a couple of miles from the North Sea. My father ran the cooperative dairy, and from him I learned three vital lessons in leadership.

Accelerate Change

Imagine that you are the mayor of New York City and you want to fundamentally change one of the most iconic intersections in the world—Times Square. How would you approach it?

The Ugly Duckling Goes to Work

Hans Christian Andersen’s villains are narrow-minded, self-satisfied, and smug. His heroes are authentic, congruent, and real. His hope is that we may grow into our potential.

Sleep to Learn

New York is called the “city that never sleeps”, and, sadly, so it is for many high potential leaders. But beware, as lack of sleep may sabotage your ability to adapt and learn.

Alpha Time

Each day you are facing endless stream of demands and deadlines. Your brain is running on high-frequency beta brainwaves, the tempo is stressful but also exciting. To deal with complex problems, however, requires alpha time.

Are You a 10?

Like the Statue of Liberty, do you stand for something significant and meaningful in your field? Are you a leadership magnet, able to attract and engage the best talent?

2 Vital Questions

Leaders, like great artisans, must know their material and their process. Through the ancient craft of pottery, we’ll examine two vital questions every leader must answer for him or herself.

TouchPoints

A TouchPoint occurs anytime two or more people get together to get something done. The leader in a TouchPoint is not necessarily the person with the most power, it’s the one who behaves like one.

Mette's Story

I was born in a village of 900, just a couple of miles from the North Sea. My father ran the cooperative dairy, and from him I learned three vital lessons in leadership.

Accelerate Change

Imagine that you are the mayor of New York City and you want to fundamentally change one of the most iconic intersections in the world—Times Square. How would you approach it?

The Ugly Duckling Goes to Work

Hans Christian Andersen’s villains are narrow-minded, self-satisfied, and smug. His heroes are authentic, congruent, and real. His hope is that we may grow into our potential.

Sleep to Learn

New York is called the “city that never sleeps”, and, sadly, so it is for many high potential leaders. But beware, as lack of sleep may sabotage your ability to adapt and learn.

Alpha Time

Each day you are facing endless stream of demands and deadlines. Your brain is running on high-frequency beta brainwaves, the tempo is stressful but also exciting. To deal with complex problems, however, requires alpha time.

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TouchPoints Trailer