‘Pairs that worked face-to-face generated more ideas – about 15 to 20% more ideas than pairs of people that worked on Zoom… working on Zoom was a double penalty – fewer ideas and a narrower set of ideas.’ – Jonathan Levav In this thought-provoking discussion, Jonathan Levav, a professor of organizational behavior at
‘Meetings are really the most powerful one. And you can channel that into clarity of intent on what happens next.’ – Elise Keith In a world where meetings are an integral part of our work life, it’s crucial to make them as effective and engaging as possible. Matt Abrahams (lecturer
‘When you’re doing your job as a government official, you have to comply with the First Amendment and communicating with the public.’ – Pam Karlan Stanford Law School Professor Pam Karlan explores the complex relationship between First Amendment rights and social media as it pertains to government officials. The central
If you want to upgrade your experience of life, if you want a greater quality of life, then maybe it’s time to look at your TV (transformation vocabulary), the words that shape you. – Tony Robbins In a nuanced exploration of the power of words, American author and coach Tony
‘Right-size’ your meeting. That means having the right people in the room with a realistic agenda that will actually allow you to accomplish the goal. – Karin Reed Explore the reasons why meetings are often seen as ineffective and discover how to transform them into productive gatherings. With insights from Emmy
‘The non-standard dialects are not inferior… they often have features that the standard dialect lacks.’ – John McWhorter In this insightful discussion, linguist and professor John McWhorter unravels the complexities of languages, their evolution, and societal perceptions around them. From the irregularities in English to the challenges of learning Navajo, McWhorter
‘Everybody has their own perceptual lens for what trustworthy behaviors are and aren’t. It’s different for each person which is why the puzzle is so fascinating.’ – Blake Eastman Blake Eastman, founder of The Nonverbal Group, provides a comprehensive understanding of nonverbal behavior and its influence on human communication.