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5 Works That Changed The Way I Think About Work

These are the resources that I’ve saved, rewatched/ re-read and widely shared. They changed the way I think, so - careful, they might change you too. They gave me new perspectives, vocabularies, frameworks and ideas that have helped me move forward. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

These are the resources that I’ve saved, rewatched/ re-read and widely shared. They changed the way I think, so - careful, they might change you too. They gave me new perspectives, vocabularies, frameworks and ideas that have helped me move forward. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

1. John Seely-Brown on the new culture of learning. The first few minutes here are a bit dull, but you will very quickly see why this is a profoundly mind-altering lecture:

2. Dan Pink’s Surprising Science of motivation - rethink how you try to work and how you try to manage (it should be followed by his other talk, on influencing others.

3. David Brooks on the new humanism - a look at what the new skills and vocabulary to be successful from here on.

4. Economist Ricardo Hausmann on Person Bytes - an indirect proof of how capabilities are collaborative and cummulative, and why connectivity matters.

5. How great leaders inspire action - this is Simon Sinek’s talk how purpose transforms organizations.

I have dozens more, and I’m sure you do too. Please share the works that have changed the way you see things here in the comments. Together we can change how the world works.

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Jessica Hollander

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