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Why Middle Management is the Hardest Job | Simon Sine

The middle management team is stuck between strategic and tactical thinking – they’re the translator between the two. Things break when we don’t train people how to lead OR the…

Courageous Conversations about Race

Does language shape the way we think and ultimately how we behave, as public leaders? How can you start to see leadership models through the lens of different cultures? Where…

Leadership in a Time of Crisis

COVID-19 will not only change our way of life, it will hasten the arrival of a radical new future of work. While for many of us working from home has…

Adapting to the Rise of Authoritarianism: A Conversation with Audrey Tang | 2020 Oslo Freedom Forum

Authoritarianism is on the rise globally – but one resilient country has learned how to push back. In this conversation with Taiwan’s Digital Minister Audrey Tang, learn how Taiwan is…

Simon Sinek on Empathetic Leadership

Simon Sinek with “Empathy – Best Speech of All Time”

Remembering Sir Ken Robinson

Sir Ken Robinson was not only a passionate educator and gifted communicator. He was a believer in the power of every person’s unique gifts, a committed humanist who knew that…

Expanding our definition of smart

In this witty interview Sir Ken Robinson discusses how he believes school systems are constricting creativity through standardizing education and what we need to do about it.  

How to escape education’s death valley

Sir Ken Robinson outlines 3 principles crucial for the human mind to flourish — and how current education culture works against them. In a funny, stirring talk he tells us…

Reaching the ‘hard to reach’

‘Reaching the hard to reach: inclusive responses to diversity through child-teacher dialogue’, a project funded by ⁦‪@EUErasmusPlus⁩ , in primary schools and universities in five countries.

Yuval Noah Harari on COVID-19’s Impact on Humankind

James Corden connects with historian, philosopher and author Yuval Noah Harari for a video chat and the two talk about the potential society-shifting impact of COVID-19 on an international, national…

Coronavirus: How Denmark reopened its primary schools

Primary children in Denmark have been back at school for a while now. It was the first country in Europe to reopen its primary schools, after containing the virus early…

Roselinde Torres: What it takes to be a great leader

There are many leadership programs available today, from 1-day workshops to corporate training programs. But chances are, these won’t really help. In this clear, candid talk, Roselinde Torres describes 25…

Ken Blanchard: Servant Leadership

Ken Blanchard discusses servant leadership, a model where leaders partner with their people to set and attain goals. If you believe leadership is all about you, where you want to…

How to build a culture of innovation. Sir Ken Robinson

Internationally acclaimed expert on creativity and innovation Sir Ken Robinson teaches a packed audience at simple@work 2015. Sir Ken teaches us how to build a culture of innovation inside of…

Ronald Heifetz – On Leadership

Ronald Heifetz founded the Center for Public Leadership and is the King Hussein bin Talal Senior Lecturer in Public Leadership at Harvard Kennedy School. Heifetz speaks extensively and advises heads…

Excellence and Equity

Renowned author and educator Pasi Sahlberg speaking at Parliament House in Canberra about how Finland built its highly regarded education system and the critical importance of equitable funding for schools.…

Schools Without Walls

“A new RSA research project Schools Without Walls set out to find schools, in the UK and overseas, where community engagement and external partnerships are core to their mission, and to…

Reimagine learning that can change the world

Sir Ken Robinson’s “Reimagine learning that can change the world”, presented at the Reimagine Education conference held by the Center for the Transformation of Schools.          …

Learning to make a difference

Charles Leadbetter’s keynote speech from INTED2015: “Learning to make a difference”    

Schools Kill Creativity

Sir Ken Robinson discusses whether schools kill creativity for InnoTown