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Dr. Corrie J. Block
the secret to building a #1 organisation
What is meaningful management? Dr Corrie Block, a top strategy officer in the UAE, discusses the single most effective way you can engage your employees to build successful teams.
Passion vs Purpose
Dov Baron asks, what are you passionate about? Is it what you have ALWAYS been passionate about - most likely not...
Passion is TRANSITORY.
Sara Al Madani
Fear is just an illusion
As a serial entrepreneur since age 15, Sara has had many moments where she has had to lead and push past her fear.
You only live once, so why on earth are you wasting your life living in fear?
How to get honest feedback
The unfortunate reality that the higher leaders get to the top, the LESS self-aware they are. Honest feedback is hard to get at the top - yet CRITICAL for a strong organization.
So what can we do to get it?
Accountability is the key to your success
It's the difference between success and failure - but the hard part is, we cannot FORCE people to be accountable. It has to be ACCEPTED.
What question can we ask to make people more accountable?
Are you driven by fear?
John asks, "are you running towards the light or are you running from the darkness?"
Is it ANXIOUS energy pushing you forward?
Build your company through your people
Serial entrepreneur Muhammed, believes that success comes from investing in your people.
As leaders, how should we show up and act by example each day?
Life lessons from an ant
An ant in an incredible creature... Motivational speaker Willie Jolley explains why we should learn some lessons in life from it.
Sophie Le Ray
Separate yourself from your business
She’s been an entrepreneur for 15 years, so Sophie is no stranger when it comes to the emotional roller coaster of having a start up. What’s her advice? Take a watch.
Share your great ideas
Omar has entrepreneurs coming to him wanting to discuss their business ideas all the time - but they are reluctant to share. They are afraid people will STEAL their ideas.
Here are 3 reasons why Omar thinks sharing is absolutely necessary.
Changing Perceptions of Female Singers in the Middle East
Music is life. It's how we educate our children, it's how we communicate across cultures. It is felt and shared. Singer and songwriter, Layla Kardan, believes that music should be considered a profession and encouraged so that we can see more talent rise.
What’s the most important thing at a start-up?
What is it that you want to change about the world? It’s the excitement of working on something new that is one of the best things about being involved in a start-up.
One of the things Kelly Lundberg, celebrity stylist and business mentor, comes up to constantly when she's working with aspiring entrepreneurs, is they wait. They wait and they wait and they wait for the perfect time to launch their business; a perfect time to start. And the thing is, there is no perfect time.