Ted Talks To Change How You Think About Business
Ted Talks are a great way to kill some time if you only have a little time to spare. They are also incredibly informative, inspirational, and useful tools that can help you understand the world around you. Business leaders share their tips and tricks while analysts and experts can show you what makes a business thrive. Ted talks can also help enlighten you about your own role in business, how to ask for a raise, and find a job you're truly happy with. Here are some of the best business Ted Talks for you to explore!
Posted Oct 2017 Rated Informative, Inspiring
This answers the question once and for all, yes companies are more innovative when they have more diversity. Lorenzo presents data you need to see to understand how and why diversity gives companies a more competitive advantage. Lorenzo focuses on the importance of women having a place at the table, which is refreshing for many who have been excluded for so long. There is more creativity and therefore more corporate beneficial pros to welcoming in different kinds of employees.
Posted May 2011 Rated Inspiring, Funny
The CEO of Good Think, a company that researches and teaches about positive psychology, brings us this fast paced funny talk about true happiness at work. Do we have to work hard to be happy or are we thinking about it all wrong? Actor argues that work shouldn't come before happiness because the best way to be productive at your job is to genuinely like it. Happiness inspires us to be productive!
Posted Apr 2017 Rated Inspiring, Persuasive
Brown helps you reshape your thinking to help you get a raise. The key is to think like your boss. They aren't paying you what you think you're worth, they are paying you what they think you're worth. So get them to change their mind. She shares stories and lessons that can help you communicate your value and get paid more accordingly.
Posted Sep 2016 Rated Informative, Persuasive
This video is as important as ever, as showcased by Catt Sadler leaving E! News after finding out her male co-host earned double her salary. Burkus challenges our cultural assumption that salaries should be kept secret because of beneficial the information could be. The only person who benefits from employees being kept in the dark is the people who don't want to properly pay them. Burkus shows how sharing salaries can benefit employees and society.
Posted Aug 2016 Rated Informative, Inspiring
This interesting ted talk takes a medical, biological, spin on business. Taking a comparative look between the human body and business Martin Reeves explains how you can take inspiration for the immune system to help expand your companies life span. Reeves presents statistics about what is shrinking those life spans and how you can apply six principles from your own body to build a more resilient business.
Posted Sep 2015 Rated Inspiring, Persuasive
What makes your employees dedicated and productive members of the team? Well it helps if they like their job! Scott Dinsmore tells his personal story of leaving a job that made him miserable and his journey to finding the right job for you. His simple talk gets to the root of a lot of people's job search. You have to find out what matters to you and then start doing it! He'll tell you how.
Posted Sep 2015 Rated Inspiring, Informative
Another fantastic talk about how to get employees to work harder simply because they like their jobs. There has to be incentives other than a paycheck that motivate people at work. Barry Schwartz presents his solution which is to change the way we think about work. Thinking of workers as individuals instead of cogs on the wheel of the machine is a good way to start.